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Crows & Cards [With Earbuds]

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 84 Ratings and 65 Reviews

Book Description
Three warnings for readers who hate surprises: 1. Beware of slivers, 2. and gamblers, 3. and aces.

Zebulon Crabtree found all that out the hard way back in 1849 when his mother and father shipped him off to St. Louis to apprentice with a tanner. Too bad he had serious allergies to fur and advice from his parents. Hearing the beat of a different drummer, Zeb takes up with a riverboat gambler... More
Book Information
PublisherPlayaway
BindingPreloaded Digital Audio Player (9 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-10160847755X
ISBN-13978-1608477555
Publication Date07/01/2009
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About Joseph Helgerson (Author) : Joseph Helgerson is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Joseph Helgerson include Horns and Wrinkles.
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About MacLeod Andrews (Narrator) : MacLeod Andrews is credited in children's books. Published credits of MacLeod Andrews include Crows & Cards.
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12/14/2009 Jeanne Lemberger said: Naive, 12yr old Zeb is sent away from home to become an apprentice to an unknown uncle. Zeb rebells, feeling unloved and unwanted, he takes up with a smooth talking river boat gambler only to find that is not the kind of life he wants to lead. Takes place in 1849 near and in St. Louis.
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