Lamplighter

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Scholastic Book Service, 1987 - Ontario, Northern - 115 pages
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A stout loghouse and a strong papa; crackly cornhusk mattresses and water fetched from a spring down the hill; crashing trees and howling storms; encounters with bears, wolves and deer; exciting trips to Toronto. All these things and more - make a rich and varied life for young Willie Adams. Find out what it was like to live in Northern Ontario in 1888 in this book by the award-winning author of the popular Booky trilogy and Amy's Promise.

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Contents

Early to rise
1
A far journey
8
Lamplighter
12
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Award-winner Bernice Thurman Hunter is the author of many highly acclaimed historical novels, including Booky: A Trilogy and the equally successful Margaret books. In 1989, Bernice received the Vicky MetcalfAward for her body of work. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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