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Branchport - Modeste Bedient Memorial Library 1 J L Juvenile Fiction Book
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Dundee Library 1 J L Juv Paperback Fic Book
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Hammondsport - Fred and Harriett Taylor Memorial Library 1 J L Juv Paperback Fic Book
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Howard Public Library 1 JUV LEE Juvenile Fiction Book
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Odessa - Dutton S. Peterson Memorial Library 1 J L Juv Paperback Fic Book
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Penn Yan Public Library 1 J LEE Juvenile Fiction Book
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Prattsburgh Library 1 J FIC LEE Juv Paperback Fic Book
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Pulteney Free Library 1 J L Juvenile Fiction Book
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Savona Free Library 1 JUV LEE Juvenile Fiction Book
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Danny and Life on Bluff Point: the Man on the Train is the fourth in a series of historical novels for children. It is now March of 1895 and the last iceboating of the winter is done with a family trip across Keuka Lake to the community of Crosby. Danny has his sister Mary with him and must carefully control his iceboat in a very strong wind. Great Grandma Baker tells the children about her family's trip from Rensselaer County to Orleans County on the Erie Canal in 1858.

Grandma and Grandpa Scott leave Bluff Point and move to Gorham with the help of the Lee family. The ride on the steam cars is fun for all until Mary is trapped in the livestock car by an evil man. Danny helps with the rescue.

Danny learns when it is time to stand up for himself and his loved ones.


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