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Snakes & Ladders (Paperback)

Author:  Shaun Smith
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1550028405
ISBN-13: 9781550028409
Sku: 208187279
Publish Date: 12/1/2008
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 5.25L x 0.75T
Pages:  235
Age Range:  College to 21
 
For as long as 13-year-old Paige Morrow can remember, the tree fort in thegiant oak near her cottage in Ontario''s Muskoka has been her sanctuary. Now everything is changing. It''s the summer of 1971, and she and her little brother, Toby, have been at their cottage with their mother since school let out. But this year, Paige feels more alone than ever. Her father has stopped coming up from the city on weekends, while her mother buries herself in whiskey and writing.
Paige retreats to her tree fort, but becomes concerned when the farmer who owns the property hires a creepy arborist - a "tree doctor," Paige''s mother calls him. Is something wrong with the farm''s apple orchard or with her tree? When Paige befriends the arborist''s troubled teenage daughter, Janine, and her group of rowdy locals, she is pulled into a maze of dark secrets and shocking truths that leads to a life-and-death confrontation.
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For as long as 13-year-old Paige Morrow can remember, the tree fort in the giant oak near her cottage in Ontario’s Muskoka has been her sanctuary. Now everything is changing. It’s the summer of 1971, and she and her little brother, Toby, have been at their cottage with their mother since school let out. But this year, Paige feels more alone than ever. Her father has stopped coming up from the city on weekends, while her mother buries herself in whiskey and writing.

Paige retreats to her tree fort, but becomes concerned when the farmer who owns the property hires a creepy arborist -- a "tree doctor," Paige's mother calls him. Is something wrong with the farm’s apple orchard or with her tree? When Paige befriends the arborist's troubled teenage daughter, Janine, and her group of rowdy locals, she is pulled into a maze of dark secrets and shocking truths that leads to a life-and-death confrontation.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeMinimum Age:   13
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0235
Product attributePublisher:   Dundurn Group
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