Published April 2004
by Tandem Library .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||School & Library Binding|
|Number of Pages||232|
Patricia Curtis Pfitsch’s YA historical novel Riding the Flume is a terrific book! In it, the strong protagonist Francie Cavanaugh is the younger sister of a family who own a hotel in Connorsville, a logging town in California. Curtis Pfitsch paid attention to detail and brought the pioneer life /5(8). Bookshare - Accessible Books for Individuals with Print DisabilitiesAuthor: Patricia Curtis Pfitsch. Patricia Curtis Pfitsch lives on a ridge-top farm in southwest Wisconsin with her partner, Jack, their dog, Gaea, and two annoying but lovable have three grown children, Hollis, Woody, and Jane. Ms. Pfitsch's award-winning stories and articles have appeared in various children's magazines, including Highlights and is also the author of Keeper of the Light and The Deeper ed on: Ap Riding the Flume is one of the best books I have ever read! It is about a year-old girl named Francie whose sister died in a landslide six years ago. She lives in California in where the sequoia trees are being chopped down for lumber. Francie one day finds a note written by her sister in a sequoia stump.5/5(5).
Find books like Riding the Flume from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked Riding the Flume also liked: The Invasion (An. With the will in hand, Francie must ride the log flume to St. Joseph, many miles away—something only two men have tried before; one died, and one was injured. Pfitsch’s (Keeper of the Light, , etc.) story is based on the real stands of Sierra redwood near Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks in California, and a real giant called the Author: Patricia Curtis Pfitsch. This log flume ride feels like you are going through an urban jungle as there are a lot of weeds and grass everywhere. This ride is located at Window . Log flumes (colloquially known as log rides) are amusement rides consisting of a water flume and artificial hollow logs or boats. Passengers sit in the logs, which are propelled along the flume by the flow of water. The ride usually culminates with a rapid descent and splashdown into a body of water, which may happen more than once (normally the largest drop being just before the end). It.
Book Wizard; Riding the Flume. By Patricia Curtis Pfitsch. Grades. V. Genre. Fiction. Fifteen-year-old Francie, whose sister died six years earlier, vows to fight the California lumbermen who want to cut down the largest sequoia tree in the world in Fifteen-year-old Francie, whose sister died six years earlier, vows to fight the. Riding the Flume (Paperback) By Patricia Curtis Pfitsch. Aladdin Paperbacks, , pp. Publication Date: April 1, Other Editions of This Title: Prebound (4/1/) List Price: * * Individual store prices may vary. Description. Don't tell anyone -- . Get this from a library! Riding the flume. [Patricia Curtis Pfitsch] -- In , fifteen-year-old Francie determines to fight the lumbermen and protect the largest Sequoia tree ever seen, which had been given to her sister just before her death six years earlier. Read "Riding the Flume" by Patricia Curtis Pfitsch available from Rakuten Kobo. Don't tell anyone -- the only safety is in secrecy. During the summer of the giant sequoia trees -- the oldest livi Brand: Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers.