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About the book
It’s 1849, and when Sarah’s papa and brother strike out for gold, she is stuck at home to help take care of the family and farm. This task quickly turns dangerous as the Gold Rush rises in frenzy around them. Neighbors abandon their livestock and the family must fend off half-started miners ready to steal everything they have. Sarah decides to turn her circumstances into a business—feeding the miners in exchange for gold and labor.
Sarah’s ingenuity and leadership are tested as she faces thieves, mysteries, and violent miners. Trouble closes in on all sides, and Sarah must make tough decisions on her own.
Soon Sarah learns that true treasure is not always gold, and that the greatest adventures can happen without even leaving home.
Sarah’s Search for Treasure is the third book in The Searchers series and contains thought-provoking discussion questions for young readers.
This was so interesting seeing the Gold Rush from a child’s point of view, and it was a great reminder of how young people can influence older people.
So far, this series has been really good, and I wish I had something like this when I was a tween. But hey, I’m reading it now😊
I can’t wait for the next book to come out!
Where to buy the book
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Bertha Schwartz is a Swiss Amish transplant to the beautiful farmland of Nappanee, Indiana. She loves spending time with family and friends, including fifty-two nieces and nephews. Her hobbies include scrapbooking, sewing, and reading. Raised near the lovely Swiss city of Berne, Indiana, Swiss is her mother-language. Languages and different dialects are a special interest of hers.
Note: I received this book free in exchange for an honest review