Running wild /Material type: BookPublisher: New York : Margaret Ferguson Books ; Edition: First edition.Description: 195 pages ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780823443635; 0823443639.Subject(s): Survival -- Juvenile fiction | Fathers and daughters -- Juvenile fiction | Missing persons -- Juvenile fiction | Brothers and sisters -- Juvenile fiction | Single-parent families -- Juvenile fiction | Families -- Juvenile fiction | Dysfunctional families -- Juvenile fiction | Alaska -- Juvenile fiction | Survival -- Fiction | Fathers and daughters -- Fiction | Runaways -- Fiction | Brothers and sisters -- Fiction | Single-parent families -- Fiction | Family life -- Alaska -- Fiction | Alaska -- FictionSummary: "When living in the Alaskan wilderness with her survivalist father becomes intolerable, 12-year-old Willa sets out on a journey of escape with her younger brothers"-- Provided by publisher.
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Since their mother died five years ago, Willa, her younger brothers, and her father have lived in the wilderness, in a log cabin they built. They survive on food they grow and animals they hunt. Every year they have struggled a little bit more to survive. Now, with winter approaching and her father becoming more reckless, Willa wonders if they will live to see spring. She also knows her father will never agree to leave.<br> When her father goes on a hunting expedition by himself, Willa convinces her brothers that they must make the four-day journey down the Yukon River to Fort Yukon to get help. But first, they'll need to survive the treacherous trip...and all the while, their father is on their trail.<br> Perfect for middle grade readers looking for adventure stories with strong female protagonists, Lucy Jane Bledsoe's Running Wild is a page-turner that hooks you from the beginning and doesn't let go.
"When living in the Alaskan wilderness with her survivalist father becomes intolerable, 12-year-old Willa sets out on a journey of escape with her younger brothers"-- Provided by publisher.