With the help of the Internet, Dave at the library, and some clever sleuthing with maps and a metal detector, they make some progress. But why are all the most likely places to find the gold off-limits?
In her stories, she takes the reader with her to experience the excitement of events in the past and the fun of places she knows. She is the author of Twenty-Dollar Reward and lives in St. But, the likeliest places are off limits. Information about the period is conveyed at the beginning of each of the fourteen chapters by means of a journal entry by a young pioneer girl.
A good introductory book to read during , years after the conflict. Apr 01, Glen Curnoe rated it it was amazing. This book is intended for young adults. Its timely arrival coincides with the th anniversary celebrations of the War of The author, Jo Shawyer grew up in the area and heard a about the legend in childhood. No doubt she would have explored the area herself. The legend must have piqued her i This book is intended for young adults. The legend must have piqued her imagination, as she stored the information in the back of her mind to retrieve it many years later as the catalyst for this book.
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Although the background of the adventure is historical, the main story is contemporary. A family with twins moves into the area and find out about the buried treasure through a newly made friend in the neighbourhood. The story revolves around the adventures of the trio searching for and locating the treasure. They make use of modern research methods such as the internet and a metal detector and consult the librarian at the local library. You always know what you know. It is an excellent way to pique the interest in local history of young adults.
Mar 21, Sheila Phipps rated it really liked it. Legend of the Paymaster's Gold. Jo Shawyer's 'Legend of the Paymaster's Gold is very pertinent today as we celebrate the th anniversary of the War of , which seemed to be between Canadian settlers and American adventurers. Happily we prevailed over the marauders in the end. The exciting story of possible treasure is cleverly told by running two themes concurrently.
Events during the war as they impacted on the settlers on Commissioner's Road, London, Ontario, using a settler child's diary Legend of the Paymaster's Gold. Events during the war as they impacted on the settlers on Commissioner's Road, London, Ontario, using a settler child's diary, and the enterprise and adventurousness of our modern children, Eadie, Sam and Ben, as they discovered the legend, found more information about the war in their local library, and of course, consulted Google.
What they learned made them wonderand then decide to try and check the story out for themselves. As they lived in the area where the events supposedly took place, this was another good reason to check it out as far as they were able. Indeed it made it seem more likely to the three of them. They had a splendid treasure hunting tool, as metal detector,to work with. What great things could be achieved with that!
This makes a fascinating tale and could also be a great source for teachers as they help their students to discover some of Canada's exciting past. Mar 16, Julia Mathieson rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The Legend of the Paymasters Gold is a charming story set in modern times but focusing on the Historic Battle of Twins Sam and Eadie have just moved to London, Ontario and are settling in to their new house and hoping to meet some friends.
Ben becomes the first friend and he tells them a little about the history of the place including The Legend of the Paymasters Gold.
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Although two hundred years have passed, Sam is sure they can find the gold. They start their quest which takes them to the The Legend of the Paymasters Gold is a charming story set in modern times but focusing on the Historic Battle of They start their quest which takes them to the battle site, their neighbors and the library where they find a man who loves history and makes suggestions to them. They also use the Internet to their advantage. I strongly suggest you read the book to see whether or not she succeeds.
Shawyer is a historical geographer and puts her skills to good use. The result is a fascinating read suitable for all ages. Shawyer is a friend of mine but that aside I throughly enjoyed this book. And I learned a little more about the Battle than I remember from my school days. I too used the Internet. Mar 18, Karen Herzberg rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The time is both now and years ago when British Canada and the United States were at war.
The Legend of the Paymaster's Gold
The teens seek to find the treasure by solving the legend. With the help of the Internet, Dave at the library, and some clever sleuthing with maps and a metal detector, they make some progress. But why are all the most likely places to find the gold off-limits? Read on your iOS and Android devices Get more info. Capabilities Text to speech. About the author Jo Shawyer has been writing all her life as a university professor.
Additional information Publisher Dundurn. Categories Young Adult Children's eBooks. Content protection This content is DRM protected. Additional terms Terms of transaction. Publishers Weekly Shawyer's expertise as a historical geographer is apparent in this YA mystery, but stodgy writing, unpersuasive portrayals of teenage protagonists, and ponderous amounts of detail fail to sustain interest.
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