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eBook The Lost Treasure of Lincoln County: A Great American Adventure ePub

by Nancy Sifford Alana

  • ISBN: 1456700111
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Nancy Sifford Alana
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse (January 7, 2011)
  • Pages: 112
  • ePub book: 1471 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1391 kb
  • Other: mobi doc lrf txt
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 924

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Nancy Sifford Alana (Author). In the year 1958, Jonas and his friend wanted to be heroes

Nancy Sifford Alana (Author). In the year 1958, Jonas and his friend wanted to be heroes. When the boys find an old chest with a treasure map inside, they are excited because they can become rich! They get the help of Mr. Sifford, a descendant of the person who made the map and a local historian, to help them find the treasure.

The Lost Treasure of Lincoln County: A Great American Adventure By: Nancy Sifford Alana. I would have also like to know how old Jonas and Dale were in the beginning of the story. Even with that, I think the story is a good one that I would read again.

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A Great American Adventure The Lost Treasure of Lincoln County is a childrens historical fiction for older children and adults that promotes pride in America. The spirit of patriotism is weaved throughout the adventures of two boys, Jonas and Dale, who find an old wooden box that contains a treasure map. With the help of a local historian, the boys find the treasure. The contents of the treasure teach the boys about the Siefert/Sifford family who immigrated to America in 1753 from Germany. The story takes place in Lincolnton, North Carolina, in 1958 and ends when the boys return from the Viet.

A Great American Adventure - The Lost Treasure of Lincoln County is a children's historical fiction for older children and adults that promotes .

A Great American Adventure - The Lost Treasure of Lincoln County is a children's historical fiction for older children and adults that promotes pride in America.

Contact Author Nancy Sifford Alana on Messenger. The Lost Treasure of Lincoln County is a great book for your children to read or for you to read aloud to them.

Author, Speaker, Educator. Bio. News & Events. The boys learn about the Siefert/Sifford family who immigrated to America in 1753 from Germany. The story takes place in Lincolnton, North Carolina, in 1958 and ends when the boys return from Viet Nam in the early 1970s.

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Nancy Alana's book teaches children the value of family, history, and our country. Recommended age: 10 and up. The Lost Treasure of Lincoln County: A Great American Adventure by Nancy Sifford Alana. Reading Corner Kids Fantasy Book Covers Mysterious Start Writing Rats Dachshund Creepy Fox Literature. Welcome back to Interview FoxSeat with author Andrea Rand Andrea Rand started writing stories in the first grade and never stopped. Melanie Angell Elliott. Conservative Children's Books.

I would have also like to know how old Jonas and Dale were in the beginning of the story. Four out of five bookworms for The Lost Treasure of Lincoln County.

The Lost Treasure of Lincoln County: A Great American AdventureBy:Nancy Sifford Alana

Comments

Tojahn Tojahn
The book is written so that it is easily understood by even young readers. The highlight of the book is the discussion regarding the Sifford ancestors of the author and the genealogy that is presented. The storyline is easy to comprehend and the author did a good job of incorporating factual information with a creative plot.
Grari Grari
In the year 1958, Jonas and his friend wanted to be heroes. When the boys find an old chest with a treasure map inside, they are excited because they can become rich! They get the help of Mr. Sifford, a descendant of the person who made the map and a local historian, to help them find the treasure. What the boys find is much more than they thought...

Historical fiction is one of my favorite genres. I also think it must be hard to write in this genre because (I don't know if I am saying this right) you have to tell history in a way that the reader doesn't know he/she is learning something. This story was a very good one. The characters were very likable. I especially liked Jonas. I think he acted like a regular kid would throughout the story. I liked that I learned about the history of the American flag and immigration in this book. Ms. Alana wrote a good story that is appropriate for any age. The plot was very simple and straight forward but, for my taste, I would have liked a little more twists and turns to add more to the plot. I would have also like to know how old Jonas and Dale were in the beginning of the story. Even with that, I think the story is a good one that I would read again.
*NOTE I got a free coy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Forey Forey
Uncomplicated and easy to read -- that is a compliment. Any age reader will enjoy this story with characters who are helpful, respectful, friendly, and patriotic. Young male readers will appreciate that the story's main characters are all male! The author effortlessly wove flag etiquette, immigrant assimilation, and American pride into the story through natural conversations between the characters.