My side of the mountain sequel book

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my side of the mountain sequel book

My Side of the Mountain Trilogy by Jean Craighead George

My Side of the Mountain is a child or young adult adventure novel written and illustrated by American writer Jean Craighead George published by E. Dutton in In , it was one of three Newbery Medal Honor Books runners-up [2] and in it was loosely adapted as a film of the same name. George continued the story in print, decades later. It's the 's in New York City. Unsatisfied with the situation, Sam plans to run away to his great-grandfather's abandoned farm near the small town of Delhi, New York , to live off the land.
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Storytown: Challenge Trade Book Story Grade 4 My Side/Mountain In the sequel, On the Far Side of the Mountain, Sam's sister has now joined him, and.
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