2 edition of Picken"s great adventure found in the catalog.
Picken"s great adventure
|Statement||illustrated by Winslade.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.D297 Pi|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||50015595|
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An adventure book classic. A shipwreck forced polar explorer Ernest Shackleton and his crew to abandon their Antarctic expedition and nearly perish while walking miles to nearest outpost.
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From Nancy Drew to Pippi Longstocking, the legacy of adventurous girls in books is a rich one. If the young reader in your life is hooked on exciting quests, nail-biting danger, and encounters with characters whose motives aren’t always quite clear, these middle grade novels will deliver — and each one features a girl at the proverbial wheel, setting a course and often saving the day.
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