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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: High Wind to Idaho is a middle-grade historical airship adventure set during the America's first UFO scare of 1896, and fortells the later Japanese balloon bombs of W.W.II. Yoshi, a young Japanese boy steals a ride on a secret balloon and ends up in the USA, as the nation worries about reported Martian landings and mysterious airship sightings.He lands on an Idaho farm where another boy, Billy, and his mother hide the Yoshi from a zealoussheriff and vengeful neighbors. Yoshi must get back to Japan before the secret of this new balloon gets out and his uncle's reputation is destroyed. Yoshi and Billy learn to adapt to each others culture as Yoshi is driven to return and appologize to his uncle, or face the humiliation of betraying his ancient samuri family honor.They hatch a plan to hoodwink the sheriff and leave town on a rail journey that exposes Yoshi to oriental hate and bigotry as Billy helps protect him. Once in San Francisco they are accosted by a Japanese Army Officer bent on returning Yoshi to Japan and chased by a female Pinkerton detective determined to capture Yoshi and hand him over to the new US Army Inelligence Service. The novel was inspired by the Great Texas Airship Mystery of 1897 that occured in nearby Aurora, Texas. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: High Wind to Idaho is a middle-grade historical airship adventure set during the America's first UFO scare of 1896, and fortells the later Japanese balloon bombs of W.W.II. Yoshi, a young Japanese boy steals a ride on a secret balloon and ends up in the USA, as the nation worries about reported Martian landings and mysterious airship sightings. He lands on an Idaho farm where another boy, Billy, and his mother hide the Yoshi from a zealous sheriff and vengeful neighbors. Yoshi must get back to Japan before the secret of this new balloon gets out and his uncle's reputation is destroyed. Yoshi and Billy learn to adapt to each others culture as Yoshi is driven to return and appologize to his uncle, or face the humiliation of betraying his ancient samuri family honor. They hatch a plan to hoodwink the sheriff and leave town on a rail journey that exposes Yoshi to oriental hate and bigotry as Billy helps protect him. Once in San Francisco they are accosted by a Japanese Army Officer bent on returning Yoshi to Japan and chased by a female Pinkerton detective determined to capture Yoshi and hand him over to the new US Army Inelligence Service. The novel was inspired by the Great Texas Airship Mystery of 1897 that occured in nearby Aurora, Texas.

Über den Autor: Rod Barclay is a retired Designer and Engineer who is drawn to history and science. He writes for Middle Grade and Young Adult readers who wish to understand their world and its history. He lives in Texas with his wife and three miniature dachshunds, and restores old cars.

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Buchbeschreibung Cross Timbers Press, United States, 2014. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 198 x 129 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.High Wind to Idaho is a middle-grade historical airship adventure set during the America s first UFO scare of 1896, and fortells the later Japanese balloon bombs of W.W.II. Yoshi, a young Japanese boy steals a ride on a secret balloon and ends up in the USA, as the nation worries about reported Martian landings and mysterious airship sightings. He lands on an Idaho farm where another boy, Billy, and his mother hide the Yoshi from a zealous sheriff and vengeful neighbors. Yoshi must get back to Japan before the secret of this new balloon gets out and his uncle s reputation is destroyed. Yoshi and Billy learn to adapt to each others culture as Yoshi is driven to return and appologize to his uncle, or face the humiliation of betraying his ancient samuri family honor. They hatch a plan to hoodwink the sheriff and leave town on a rail journey that exposes Yoshi to oriental hate and bigotry as Billy helps protect him. Once in San Francisco they are accosted by a Japanese Army Officer bent on returning Yoshi to Japan and chased by a female Pinkerton detective determined to capture Yoshi and hand him over to the new US Army Inelligence Service. The novel was inspired by the Great Texas Airship Mystery of 1897 that occured in nearby Aurora, Texas. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9780615963129

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Buchbeschreibung Cross Timbers Press, United States, 2014. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 198 x 129 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. High Wind to Idaho is a middle-grade historical airship adventure set during the America s first UFO scare of 1896, and fortells the later Japanese balloon bombs of W.W.II. Yoshi, a young Japanese boy steals a ride on a secret balloon and ends up in the USA, as the nation worries about reported Martian landings and mysterious airship sightings. He lands on an Idaho farm where another boy, Billy, and his mother hide the Yoshi from a zealous sheriff and vengeful neighbors. Yoshi must get back to Japan before the secret of this new balloon gets out and his uncle s reputation is destroyed. Yoshi and Billy learn to adapt to each others culture as Yoshi is driven to return and appologize to his uncle, or face the humiliation of betraying his ancient samuri family honor. They hatch a plan to hoodwink the sheriff and leave town on a rail journey that exposes Yoshi to oriental hate and bigotry as Billy helps protect him. Once in San Francisco they are accosted by a Japanese Army Officer bent on returning Yoshi to Japan and chased by a female Pinkerton detective determined to capture Yoshi and hand him over to the new US Army Inelligence Service. The novel was inspired by the Great Texas Airship Mystery of 1897 that occured in nearby Aurora, Texas. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9780615963129

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Buchbeschreibung Cross Timbers Press. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. Paperback. 248 pages. Dimensions: 7.8in. x 5.1in. x 0.6in.High Wind to Idaho is a middle-grade historical airship adventure set during the Americas first UFO scare of 1896, and fortells the later Japanese balloon bombs of W. W. II. Yoshi, a young Japanese boy steals a ride on a secret balloon and ends up in the USA, as the nation worries about reported Martian landings and mysterious airship sightings. He lands on an Idaho farm where another boy, Billy, and his mother hide the Yoshi from a zealous sheriff and vengeful neighbors. Yoshi must get back to Japan before the secret of this new balloon gets out and his uncles reputation is destroyed. Yoshi and Billy learn to adapt to each others culture as Yoshi is driven to return and appologize to his uncle, or face the humiliation of betraying his ancient samuri family honor. They hatch a plan to hoodwink the sheriff and leave town on a rail journey that exposes Yoshi to oriental hate and bigotry as Billy helps protect him. Once in San Francisco they are accosted by a Japanese Army Officer bent on returning Yoshi to Japan and chased by a female Pinkerton detective determined to capture Yoshi and hand him over to the new US Army Inelligence Service. The novel was inspired by the Great Texas Airship Mystery of 1897 that occured in nearby Aurora, Texas. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9780615963129

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