Tucket's Home

Tucket's Home

Paperback - 2000
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Francis Tucket, Lottie, and Billy have survived many hair-raising adventures, joined together by their goal to find the family Francis lost when he was kidnapped from a wagon train on the Oregon Trail. And now they are also joined by a secret -- the gold they discovered in a Spanish grave. This time, the trio meets up with a British adventurer and bloodthirsty ex-soldiers, and has a tragic, heroic encounter with Jason Grimes, the mountain man. In this, their last adventure, they find their way home at last, and an epilogue tells what happened to them on the Oregon frontier.
Published: New York : Dell Yearling, ©2000.
ISBN: 9780440415589
Branch Call Number: J PAU
Characteristics: 93 pages :,map ;,19 cm.


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ahuvikatz Jan 09, 2015

really good book-a little scary i'd say if you don't generally get nightmares 9-14 is a good age to read it ; p

Blue_Cat_545 Feb 29, 2012

Just a warning-- this book has some definitly gruesome scenes. I got the series for my little siblings, but I read it first and decided that it would probably give David and Faith nightmares (which, unfortunately, they are both prone to have. Especially David. I've never had a nightmare in my life.)


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