Last updated: April 14, 2015
In late 1811, Zeb heads south on the Natchez Trace on a mission to find his grandfather. Along the way he meets Hannah, who has a mission of her own. Together, they pass through the wilderness. Will they make it out in one piece?
This book has a lexile score of 620. Lesson plans and discussion questions are available.
To borrow this text contact The Natchez Trace Parkway at (662) 680-4015. Please schedule at least two weeks in advance. Books may be checked out for two weeks, maybe longer. We have 35 copies available for loan.
- American Indian History and Culture, Geography, History, Language Arts, Literature, Pioneer America, Reading, Westward Expansion, Wilderness
- National/State Standards:
- Meets common core state standards for text complexity for grades 4-5. These standards are met specifically for inferences to historical events and scenes.
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