Bert Breen's Barn
Syracuse University Press, Apr 1, 1991 - Juvenile Fiction - 270 pages
A young man attempts to claim ownership to an old barn rumored to contain hidden treasure. Tom gets the idea into his head that he would like to buy the barn some day and move it down to his own family's land, some seven miles away. The story builds to an exciting conclusion with the reconstruction of the entire barn and a sudden and unexpected answer to young Tom's dreams.
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