Up the Frozen River by Robin Moore

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This is a 6"x9" hard cover book. The DJ is black. The front of the DJ has white lettering and a large oval illustration of a bearded 'mountain man' (with a fox pelt covering his head and carrying a rifle), a young woman in red, pulling a sled, and a yellow dog, walking through a snowy wilderness scene. Mustard-color boards have black lettering on spine. The book contains 160 paginated pages plus two additional - one on the author - one on the illustrator. "This is the last and final volume of the Bread Sister Trilogy, three historical fiction novels which tell the story of Maggie Callahan's struggle to survive in the American wilderness during the turbulent years of the American Revolution. In this tale, Maggie battles cruel winter winds and icy temperatures as she and the old mountain man, Jake Logan, search through the ruins of the abandoned Seneca Indian village where she was held captive, hoping to pick up the trail of the Ragpicker, the old witchy-woman who stole away Maggie's little boy, Hoot Owl."
 

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Published January 1, 1993 by Groundhog Press, Springhouse, PA. 164 pages
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