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Adapting Instruction to Individual Differences (Series on Contemporary Educational Issues)
Adapting Instruction to Individual Differences (Series on Contemporary Educational Issues)
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Newly orphaned, young Annyrose escapes from the villainous O.O. Mary and falls under the protection of a proud and fearless Mexican bandit, regarded as the Robin Hood of the California Gold Rush. Annyrose wants only to search for her older brother who had run off to the gold diggings, but she finds herself galloping beside the celebrated outlaw in his own quest. He is hunting down the last of a band of Yankee riffraff who wronged him, an event that turned the innocent young Mexican into an avenging terror of the roads. With his characteristic story twists and turns and surprises, Newbery Award winner Sid Fleischman lights up a dark corner in this Gold Rush drama set against a firestorm of bigotry ignited by the lust for riches. As for this legendary bandit, dashing about on his silken black horse and breathing fire, he actually lived. 02 Rebecca Caudill Young Readers Book Award Nominee Master List, 00-01 Charlie May Simon Book Award Reading List, 02 Nutmeg State Childrens Book Award Masterlist, 00-01 Childrens Choice Award Masterlist, 00-01 William Allen White Childrens Book Award Masterlist, 01-02 Land of Enchantment Book Award Masterlist (Gr. 6-9), and 00-01 Sequoyah Childrens Book Award Masterlist  

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Author: Margaret C. Wang

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Publisher: Mccutchan Pub Corp

Publication Date: 1985-04-01

Our Price: $3.89

ISBN: 0821122630

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