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Bo at Ballard Creek

af Kirkpatrick Hill

Andre forfattere: LeUyen Pham (Illustrator)

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"It's the 1920s, and Bo was headed for an Alaska orphanage when she won the hearts of two tough gold miners who set out to raise her, enthusiastically helped by all the kind people of the nearby Eskimo village"--
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Bo is a little girl living at a gold mine in 1920s Alaska. This book is just a series of slice-of-life bits in life at the mine. It is sweet and quaint and so very interesting. Bo is a darling little girl and seeing mine life from her point of view is fresh. ( )
  klnbennett | Oct 7, 2020 |
Fun, lighthearted story. There are hard things in it, but they are talked about from a child's point of view. Heartwarming, shows love between native and white people.
  KeziahWhipple | May 17, 2020 |
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  Bmc1111 | May 17, 2020 |
At the end of the Alaskan Goldrush, Bo a young orphaned girl and her two fathers scrape together a living with chance adventures in rural Alaska. Portrayed from a third person point of view in a conversational narrative, Bo is raised by the community on the Koyukuk River. With a light-hearted tone this story delves into the diversity of Alaskan Communities.

Related Activity: Discussion; How does the authors use of conversational text and spoken form of writing define the tone of the book? ( )
  Sean-M-Hagensieker | May 20, 2019 |
Bo is a young girl who was deserted by her prostitute mother and taken in by two men from very different places (Louisiana and Sweden) and is raised in a mining town circa 1929. It takes place in the bush of Alaska where the author stays true to the era. We take witness to the events that occur in Bo’s life and activities she partakes in. Very similar to Little House in the Big Woods. ( )
  JessieIrwin9092 | May 15, 2019 |
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