Iditarod Dream by Ted Wood
Dusty and His Sled Dogs Compete in Alaska's Jr. Iditarod

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Relates the story of the fifteen-year-old Alaskan boy and his dogs as they prepare for and then run the 158-mile course of the Junior Iditarod Race.
 

About Ted Wood

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Ted Wood has published a number of highly praised photoessays for Walker & Company, including "Iditarod Dream"; "Spirit of the Maya"; "Two Lands, One Heart"; and "Ghosts of the West Coast," Ted lives in Jackson, Wyoming, and Boulder, Colorado.
 
Published September 1, 2002 by Walker Childrens. 48 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A detailed, carefully written account of a 15-year-old boy's participation in the Junior Iditarod in Alaska, with large, colorful, action-packed photographs of the race.

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Wood (A Boy Becomes a Man at Wounded Knee) follows Dusty from his log cabin home (shared with parents and their 17 sled dogs) to his school (he is the only boy in the six-student high school in his tiny Alaskan town), then watches him enter and run the race with his 10 trusty dogs.

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Readers follow a 15-year-old boy, winner of the two-day, 158-mile Jr.

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