Arrow to Alaska: A Pacific Northwest Adventure
I read a beautiful book called Arrow to Alaska: A Pacific Northwest Adventure. It is a story about a boy whose name is Arrow. I was surprised that a boy could have a name like “Arrow”! In this book, the boy travels to Alaska. Arrow lives in Seattle and he is a friendly boy. “For all of his six long years, Arrow watched boats go by and longed to be carried away by one of them.” There are very interesting illustrations in this book. The pictures are drawings with thick black lines for borders and lots of black in the pictures. Arrow has relatives who love him and let him go on adventures. Arrow has exciting travels: “When they got close to the fishing grounds, humpback whales rose in greeting.” I especially liked the part in this book when the characters come to Grampy Lightning’s house: “Even from a distance he could see that Grampy Lightning’s house was a magical thing.” Children who like the outdoors, fishing, and adventure are going to want to read this book.
|Page Count||32 pages|
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