Spine slanted, a fair amount of edge wear and chipping, blue boards with a couple damp stains, some rubbing, black edges of Brodart jacket has rubbed of along edges of boards and inside covers. Blue illustrated end paper, 249 pp. Owner's name on half title and back of front end paper. Some browning and occasional spotting to pages, otherwise text clean and unmarked. Jacket in protective wraps, with some soiling to back and chipping to top, middle, and base of spine along with upper edge of flaps. Overall a good, well-read copy.
"The summer that young Dave Foster went to work on his uncle's farm in the Maine wilderness, the French were stirring up the Indians to attack colonial settlers. But Uncle Jonathan laughed at the possibility of an Indian attack on their settlement. His assurance was proved tragically wrong within a few days when an Indian was party swept down from Canada, surprised the settlers, and made off with Dave and three other captives."; 7¾" - 9¾" Tall