Bo and her family move to a new town in this riveting sequel to Bo at Ballard Creek, winner of the 2014 Scott O'Dell Award for Historical FictionEver since Bo can remember, she and her papas have lived in the little Alaskan mining town of Ballard Creek. Now the family must leave to work at a dredge mine, far away in Iditarod country. Bo and her family follow many rivers to get to Iditarod Creek. And what a strange place it is! The dredges are screek-ity loud and the houses are set down any which way. Initially homesick, Bo soon realizes there is friendship to be found everywhere . . . and Iditarod Creek may hold some surprises for her already unconventional family.A stirring account of love, inclusion, and day-to-day living in post-gold-rush Alaska, Bo at Iditarod Creek is unforgettable.
Bo at Iditarod Creek