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Richmond Tales: Lost Secrets of the Iron Triangle

3.91 of 5 stars 3.91  ·  rating details  ·  22 ratings  ·  6 reviews
When Maisha and Mario become friends, their adventures take them on a journey to discover the "lost secrets" of the Iron Triangle, a district of Richmond, California. Their journey takes them back to Richmond in Ohlone times before the Europeans arrived; Richmond in 1915 when it was a small, bustling, industrial city; Richmond in 1942 when World War II and the Home Front d ...more
Paperback, 213 pages
Published June 18th 2009 by Time & Again Press
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Myrka Solis
The book was good i like how maisha (i think that's how you spell it) is very curious and like to do things and explore.
Brandon Espejo
Miasha whants to know the history behind the Iorn Triangle in Richmond California. As always, she never gets her answer. When told to visit a man named misty horn, she recives more than an answer.
I reccommend this book to people who are intrested in history, because you learn alot about the history of richmond.
Angelica Garcia
Great book love the ending totally recommend it. And how realistic it is like most of the stuff that they say in the story could happen for real I mean if you are in a gang there is a good chance you could get shot that what happened to a friend of Marsha.
Jocelyn Reynoso
I really like this book! This story was about kids who didn't get along at first but then they became great friends after traveling back into time and seeing what Richmond was like many years ago.
Willa Gibson
I was supossed to read this over the summer at my last school in 4th grade and I hated it. I feel like it wasn't proper for my grade level, so I didn't enjoy it at all. I read the first 2 chapters, then emailed my teacher saying that I DID NOT WANT TO READ THIS BOOK UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES!!!!
Leah Coffin
The vision of the future this book projects got me right in the gut. Here's hoping we can make it come true.
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Summer Brenner was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She moved north, east, and eventually west, taking up residence in Berkeley where she has been a long-time resident.

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