Ghost Town Treasure
This book, published in 1957, is a fun and wholesome adventure. Clyde Robert Bulla has a great way of writing well for a lower reading level. This book teaches about the Gold Rush and how some old Western towns turned into ghost towns. I found nothing objectionable in the book. I liked how the adults were portrayed so positively and the children were respectful. The story is interesting and engaging.
(Reviewed by Jenny Phillips)
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