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BOOK
Title Winterdance: The Fine Madness of Running the Iditarod / Gary Paulsen
Author Paulsen, Gary
Imprint Mariner Books, 1995

LIBRARY / MAP CALL NUMBER STATUS MESSAGE
 Husie:Vuxen Facklitteratur (700-799)  798.8    CHECK SHELF  ---
Edition First Harvest edition
Descript 272 s. 2.3 cm
Note Originally published: New York : Harcourt Brace, 1994
"A Harvest Book."
Prelude: The Dogs: Beginnings -- Dogs from hell -- Major wrecks -- Becoming dog -- First snow -- Alaska -- The Race: Pre-race -- Eagle River -- Skwentna -- Finger Lake -- Rainy Pass -- vDalzell Gorge and the Burn -- McGrath -- The interior -- Don's cabin -- Shageluk -- The Yukon -- Unalakleet -- Norton Sound -- Nome -- An end
Fueled by a passion for running dogs, Gary Paulsen entered the Iditarod, the 1150-mile winter sled-dog race between Anchorage and Nome, in dangerous ignorance and with fierce determination. Winterdance is his account of this seventeen-day battle against Nature's worst elements and his own frailty
1020 Lexile
Accelerated Reader AR UG 6.0 10.0 61234
Reading Counts RC High School 8.5 16 Quiz: 12730 Guided reading level: W
Subject Paulsen, Gary
Paulsen, Gary
Paulsen, Gary.
Iditarod (Race)
Iditarod (Race)
Iditarod (race)
Iditarod (Race)
Mushers -- Alaska -- Biography
Mushers -- Alaska -- Biography
Mushers.
Alaska
Alaska
Autobiography
Autobiography -- Young adult
Young adult nonfiction
Biography.
Classmark 798.8/092
Language engelska
ISBN/ISSN 9780156001458
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