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At the Top of the Mountain (Adventures of Will Ryan & the Civilian Conservation Corps, 1936-38, Book 3)

3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
The adventures of Will & his CCC friends in Book 3, the last of this trilogy, include floods, rescues & a fire, along with plenty of fun. Will also participates in the traditional tasks of rural Vermont–-planting crops & helping neighbors–-& new pleasures & pastimes such as movies & dances. By the end of the story, after years of hard work & ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published June 25th 2013 by Images from the Past (Bennington, VT)
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Erik Graff
Oct 28, 2013 Erik Graff rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: children
Recommended to Erik by: Walter Wallace
Shelves: literature
This is the last volume of a trilogy given me by a friend from Springfield, Vermont, a town not far from Mount Ascutney. I've been out there myself maybe half a dozen times and climbed that free-standing 'mountain' (it's under 4000 feet) several times, once barefoot, so I know the area.

These books were written for middle schoolers, kids 13-15 years of age, so my evaluation of them as an adult is questionable. While I think it good to give the readers a bit of history--about the CCC, about the De
Chris Meads
Jan 07, 2015 Chris Meads rated it it was amazing
This is the conclusion of the story of Will Ryan and the Civilian Conservation Corps.

The road up to the top of Ascutney Mountain is finished and the members of the crew will be moving to another camp. But some of the friends that Will has made will still be staying around the farm such as Alabama, and the family that moved into his farm house.

Will learns that Aunt Aggie is still alive and they get together toward the end of the story. Lives have changed for the better including Will's. And he a
Martha Lieberman
I think this was a great book. The author is my grandmother so I am a bit bias but I really truly did love this book.
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