Popcorn Days And Buttermilk Nights

Paperback | September 1, 1989

byGary Paulsen

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Carley would rather be anywhere that in this poverty-stricken Minnesota farm town. Still, staying with his Uncle David's family is better than reform school--which is where Carley was headed. Paulsen is the award-winning author of Hatchet.

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Carley would rather be anywhere that in this poverty-stricken Minnesota farm town. Still, staying with his Uncle David's family is better than reform school--which is where Carley was headed. Paulsen is the award-winning author of Hatchet

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Carley would rather be anywhere that in this poverty-stricken Minnesota farm town. Still, staying with his Uncle David's family is better than reform school--which is where Carley was headed. Paulsen is the award-winning author of Hatchet.

Gary Paulsen, May 17, l939 - Gary Paulsen was born on May 17,l939 in Minnesota. During the first few years of his life, his father was stationed in Europe during World War II and his mother worked in a factory. Paulsen was raised by his grandmother and aunts. He lived overseas after the war in the Phillippines between 1946-49. Ever sin...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:112 pages, 7.7 × 5.1 × 0.4 inPublished:September 1, 1989Publisher:Penguin Young Readers Group

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ISBN - 10:0140342044

ISBN - 13:9780140342048

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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Carley would rather be anywhere that in this poverty-stricken Minnesota farm town. Still, staying with his Uncle David's family is better than reform school--which is where Carley was headed. Paulsen is the award-winning author of Hatchet