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Kate Shelley and the Midnight Express On My Own History review ☆ 3

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Kate stared at the rickety wooden bridge and the PDF #198 There were boards loose on its narrow walkway There was no railing to hold on to She was afraid to cross this bridge even in daylight But she had to cross it. In 1881 in Iowa a severe storm washed out a railroad bridge near Kate Shelley's home Knowing that the Midnight Express would be coming Kate races against time to try and save the train from certain destruction A real page turner that is a true storyThis is another Reading Rainbow book that is great for children because it tells the true story of a child heroine

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Kate Shelley and the Midnight Express On My Own HistoryNow She had to get to the train station in time to stop the midnight express When a heavy storm destroyed the bridge over Honey Creek near Kate Shelley's home in Moingona Iowa fifteen year old Kate bravely rushed o. Awesome I love history and this one is amazing in describing an event that happened just 20 minutes from our home I liked this story also because it is easy to read I am helping a young mother who wants to improve her English and her vocabulary is limited This book is written in a way that it will not offend an adult learning to speak andor read English While we were reading this book I got out my computer and looked up the location of Moingona Iowa and other important facts from the story At the end we looked at YouTube videos of Kate Shelley's life This book helped generate discussion and lead to investigating of Kate's history

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Kate Shelley and the Midnight Express On My Own History review ☆ 3 ↠ ⚣ Kate Shelley and the Midnight Express On My Own History Books ⚡ Author Margaret K. Wetterer – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk Kate stared at the rickety wooden bridge There were boards loose on its narrow walkway There was no railinUt into the Kate Shelley PDF or storm saving the lives of two men and preventing hundreds of other lives from being lost This is the true story of a young girl's resourcefulness and courage in the face of great dang. I've read a lot of books in my life Over the years I've forgotten titles and confused various plots This book however is one that I have never forgotten I devoured it when I was young and even today I can remember particularly resonating uotes from it It's probably a reason why I'm so fascinated by history I just wish that there was information available on Kate Shelley