Flood Mississippi 1927 by Kathleen Duey, Karen A. Bale
  

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Flood Mississippi 1927 by Kathleen Duey, Karen A. Bale

Flood: Mississippi, 1927: When the raging Mississippi threatens their secret cache of hard-earned nickels and pennies, Molly Bride and Garrett Wood risk their lives to retrieve the money that's their escape from the grinding poverty of their lives as sharecroppers.

About the Author

Kathleen Duey has written more than forty books for children. The Unicorn's Secret is based on a dream she had when she was at school. She lives in southern California. Karen A. Bale grew up in southern California and graduated from the University California Riverside. She has written seventeen historical romances, including the successful seven-book Sweet Medicine's Prophecy series. She has done freelance work for several years, including helping to write two nonfiction books. Karen still resides in southern California, ten miles from the Pacific Ocean.

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Format

Paperback
178 pages

Author

Kathleen Duey, Karen A. Bale
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Publisher

Simon & Schuster

Publication date

1st August 1998

ISBN

9780689821165


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