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Mine!

by Natalie Hyde

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A hilarious, high-stakes quest to redeem a family name! Bonus: there may be gold.

Chris Dearing comes from a long line of losers and a history of bad luck that's plagued the Dearing family for generations. His only hope runs through the wild rivers of the forbidding North. What is up there other than moose snot and mosquitos the size of bats, you ask? Gold. More specifically, a gold claim won and then lost by Chris's grandfather, Wally Dearing.

Reclaiming the old family gold stake looks to Chris like his only chance to a) get his family back on the straight and narrow, b) get Social Services off his back and c) turn the Dearing family luck around once and for all.

Will he strike out, like the rest of his family, or strike gold and finally get a chance to rewrite Dearing history? Well it all depends on whether that giant, slobbering moose lets him down from that huge pine tree. The stakes are high and the hi-jinx even higher in this laugh-out-loud novel from acclaimed author Natalie Hyde!

About the Author

Natalie Hyde

NATALIE HYDE has written over twenty non-fiction books, on topics as diverse as germ theory and the rock cycle. Her novel Saving Armpit is currently shortlisted for the Silver Birch Express Award. She lives in Cambridge, Ontario.
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Contributor Notes

NATALIE HYDE writes fiction and nonfiction for middle-grade and young adult readers. Her fiction titles include Saving Armpit, I Owe You One and Hockey Girl. She is also the author of over forty educational nonfiction books, as well as trade nonfiction titles: Cryptic Canada, Glow-in-the-Dark Creatures and Stay Strong: A Musician's Journey from Congo to Canada. Her books have garnered award nomination in both Canada and the U.S. She lives in Southern Ontario with her family.

Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
9 to 12
Grade:
4 to 7

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