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Otto Mears: Pathfinder of the San Juan Mountains

Nine-year-old Raephy McDowell is NOT a snoop. At least, she doesn't think so. She's mighty curious, though. Who wouldn't be with talk of a brand new town where there's nothing for miles except for the Santa Fe Railroad Station?
Mary Peace Finley weaves a light-hearted tale of curiousity, ingenuity, and adventure as a train station along with its inhabitants is moved in the middle of the night to become the center of a new town. The book is based on a true story of the founding of Lamar, Colorado.
Mary Peace Finley is author of the award-winning Santa Fe Trail Trilogy—Soaring Eagle, White Grizzly, and Meadow Lark. Judith Hunt is the illustrator of many children's books including Prunes and Rupe


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