Pine Woodsby Richard Kirsch
A common-looking stone transports Rich, Mickie and Bill into a world wrapped in historical reality and fantasy. This gripping story brings to life the Christina Nilsson, a working Lake Michigan schooner. Our story winds through historically real sites as well as a fantasy civilization, Urgin. Urgin is a 10,000-year-old sunken continent. With the assistance of
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This is a simple story very well written. It is the kind of book a young person could read in a weekend easily. Perfect for a family trip. Older members of society will enjoy the 1950s nostalgia. I recommend it highly.