The Legends of Lake on the Mountain: An Early Adventure of John A. MacDonald

When a grizzled old man shoves a decades old treasure map into thirteen year old John A Macdonald s hands, he s certain this will be the best summer ever But that was before a hump backed lake serpent is seen at twilight by the people of Stone Mills in the mysterious Lake on the Mountain As people flee in panic, John knows his family might be next unless he can figure oWhen a grizzled old man shoves a decades old treasure map into thirteen year old John A Macdonald s hands, he s certain this will be the best summer ever But that was before a hump backed lake serpent is seen at twilight by the people of Stone Mills in the mysterious Lake on the Mountain As people flee in panic, John knows his family might be next unless he can figure out what dwells in the lake in time But does he have what it takes to confront something he can t see clearly Or will the serpent in the darkness win
The Legends of Lake on the Mountain An Early Adventure of John A MacDonald When a grizzled old man shoves a decades old treasure map into thirteen year old John A Macdonald s hands he s certain this will be the best summer ever But that was before a hump backed lake serpent

  • Title: The Legends of Lake on the Mountain: An Early Adventure of John A. MacDonald
  • Author: Roderick Benns Brian Mulroney
  • ISBN: 9780981243320
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Roderick Benns Brian Mulroney

    Roderick Benns is the creator of the Leaders and Legacies series on Canada s Prime Ministers as teens, published by Fireside Publishing House This book series has captured national media attention for engaging youth in Canada s history Roderick spent nine years as Senior Writer for the Ontario Ministry of Education s Student Achievement Division As an award winning author and journalist, he has interviewed former Prime Ministers of Canada, Ministers, and Senators, and has written for The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, and National Post Roderick is a sought after speaker on Canada s history and its leaders, and on Canada s social policy landscape His most recent book is Basic Income How a Canadian Movement Could Change the World He lives in Cambridge, Ontario.

    601 Comment

    • Bryan said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 17:40 PM

      Recognize this Canadian $10 bill?If so, then you've (perhaps unknowingly) been acquainted with John A. MacDonald.Turns out that old guy whose face is on the money was NOT just Canada's first prime minister, he was also a sleuth and adventurer as a young boy. (At least, he is in Roderick Benns' YA novel for which this review is written)And what a novel! It's got everything including the proverbial kitchen sink contained within! Of course there's a mystery (like the first book in the series which [...]

    • Mazohyst said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 17:40 PM

      I received this book from First Reads, my first one!First I'd like to comment on how quickly I received the book. It only took ten days from the moment I was notified!Now on to the review! I have today right off the bat that I'm not the greatest at reviews, but here's my shot at it.I love to read historical fiction but recently, I haven't read any Canadian historical fiction. Usually I only read British or European historical fiction. Mostly because I'm enamoured by all things Victorian, but tha [...]

    • Jessica said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 17:40 PM

      Didn't like this one as much as the Diefenbaker novel, because the plot seemed a bit more unrealistic as far as historical content was concerned. Still, if I were to read it as straight up fiction, I'd probably give it the full 5 stars, as it was highly entertaining. There were a lot of adult themes in this book, such as (view spoiler)[ Sir. john A. blaming himself for the death of his younger brother at the hands of a servant, and the whole "I'm a bitter American who refuses to believe the War [...]

    • Thebruce1314 said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 17:40 PM

      This book got a four star rating because I appreciate what the author is trying to do: make Canadian history exciting for kiddies. A daunting task, it seems. John A. is certainly an interesting character in himself, and the setting (being five minutes down the road from me) is personally appealing. However, the shameless self-promotion at the back of the book was a little annoying, and if the author wants this to become a classroom staple, the text could benefit from some better editing. Note: M [...]

    • Annie Kate said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 17:40 PM

      An exciting story about John A. MacDonald's childhood. This would be a good supplement to a middle school Canadian history course.

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