These books are classics written by writers who have earned the reputation of being classics themselves. James Alexander Thom’s FOLLOW THE RIVER is a true story based on the ordeal of Mary Ingles in Virginia in 1755. Louis L’Amour’s DOWN THE LONG HILLS is a novel about two children — ages 7 and 3 — left orphaned on the high plains in 1848. It’s one of my favorite Louis L’Amour books.
To have your name included in our Wednesday, November 8 drawing just answer this question:
Do you think you would’ve been a good pioneer?
Answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’ or explain if you’d like!