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Riassunto: Youngsters will love reading about the misadventures of Sam, a fictitious eight-year-old boy from Seldovia, Alaska, who slips in and out of trouble--but always learns something in the process. In book one, Sam wants to find the biggest clam ever. He's digging so hard that he doesn't notice when the tide comes in. Will Dad get back with help in time? Come along with Sam on each exciting adventure as he discovers the wilderness right outside his door in Seldovia, Alaska. Read all the books in this growing series, The Misadventures of Seldovia Sam.
From the Author: "Alaska is so big that if you could lay it on top of the continental United States, it would cover one-fifth of all the other states. And there really is a place called Seldovia. It's about 250 miles south of Anchorage. But there are no roads to get there. To reach Seldovia you have to fly in a plane or take a boat. Some of the place-names in Sam's stories are real; others are made up. Like Sam's parents, lots of men and women in Seldovia fly Bush planes and fish commercially. Is there a real Sam Peterson in Seldovia? Not by that name. But there's a little bit of Sam in all the kids of Seldovia, just as I suspect there's a little bet of Sam in you." ---Susan Woodward Springer
Titolo: Seldovia Sam and the Very Large Clam (...
Casa editrice: San Val
Legatura: School & Library Binding
Condizione libro: Very Good
Descrizione libro Condizione libro: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Codice libro della libreria 97806137728911.0