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Torn (missing)

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Torn missing

Torn (missing) by Margaret Peterson Haddix is a good child's book. The author is Margaret Peterson Haddix and it was published on the 26th of June, 2012 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. The child's book has 368 pages. It's 1.08" Height x 7.67" Length x 5.17" Width and it has a weight of 0.53 lbs. Buy your copy of this child's book, click on the shopping cart add to shopping cart button.

Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers

MPN: FBA-|280723
ISBN: 1416989811
Author: Margaret Peterson Haddix

Teenager John Hudson vanished from history in 1611: While searching for the Northwest Passage, mutineers cast him and his explorer father adrift inside the icy waters of James Bay. When Jonah and Katherine meet John in the past, moments just ahead of the mutiny is usually to occur, they assume it is going to be easy to rescue him from history. He seems serious about top the ship extra west, but Jonah and Katherine grow more and far more suspicious— and more and more frustrated that they can't quite remember the actual history or Canadian geography. And when their former enemies, Gary and Hodge, show up, apparently having escaped from time prison, Jonah and Katherine understand that a lot a lot more is at stake than just one boy's life…. But the unexpected appearance of a man who claims to know a secret route for the Northwest Passage complicates matters.


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