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Mott Media, LLC Adventures in the Northwoods Vol. 5: Trouble at Wild River

Kate, Anders, and Erik see a man in dark clothes changing ownership marks on the logs that farmers plan to send downriver. But before they can see his face, the tinder swindler gets away. When mama receives word that her brother Ben, who stole from a shopkeeper, wants to visit, suspicion turns towards him. Ben's letter gives them only 2 days to meet him before he leaves, never to be seen by the family again. With Mama's baby coming soon, Kate and Anders must cross the St. Croix River without any help. How can they escape danger, find Ben, and offer Mama's forgiveness before the sun sets? 120 pages, softcover. Approximately Grade 5 & up.

Book 5 in the "Adventures of the Northwoods" series by Lois Walfrid Johnson.

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Review 1 for Adventures in the Northwoods Vol. 5: Trouble at Wild River
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Date:January 7, 2012
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dony
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I loved it! This is one of my favorite books. This book is very exhiting and great for reluctent readers. It teaches the value of forgiving others. I recommend any book by Lois Walfrid Johnson.
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Review 2 for Adventures in the Northwoods Vol. 5: Trouble at Wild River
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Date:April 6, 2010
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Johanna Wynn
Lois Walfrid Johnson is my favorite teen/preteen author. God has gifted this woman incredibly and she uses her gift for His glory. She has a riveting writing style that makes her books hard to set down. I reread the Northwoods Adventure series a couple years ago just for fun and found them just as captivating as when I first read them over 15 years ago. Young women and men alike can relate to the spiritual struggles of her characters and it serves to help ground them in their own faith. I give her books as gifts to the young people I work with and they love them! The other day a mother told me her daughter kept reading one of Johnson's books instead of doing her work.
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