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The Last Treasure
by Janet S. Anderson

Ellsworth and his father left the family home of Smiths Mill when Ellsworth was very young. For years they have moved from place to place. When Ellsworth receives his 13th birthday card from Smiths Mill, begging him to come and help, he knows he must go. He remembers the stories his father has told him... the family...the nine identical houses built between 1853 and 1880...the three treasures hidden by John Matthew Smith...the people who discovered the first two treasures when times were rough...the Sward. He is determined to be the one to find the last treasure, but he does not know that he won't be able to do it by himself. Who will help him? Is there a real treasure? Will the ghost of John Matthew Smith be able to bring the family back together?

Literary Connections for The Last Treasure

Civil War Literature and Internet Sites

Walls Within Walls

The Lost Treasure of Tuckernuck

The Expeditioners (language alert)

Key to the Treasure by Peggy Parrish
2nd or 3rd grade reading level Kids follow an ancient treasure map at Grandpa's house by solving DIFFICULT clues!

The Last Treasure by Janet S. Anderson

 

You can purchase the complete Kids' Wings 23-page Unit for The Last Treasure by Janet S. Anderson NOW for immediate download for only $9.95! Click Here to purchase and download.

 

A Unit for The Last Treasure by Janet S. Anderson is a part of a collection of 21 units in Light in the Darkness.
The Unit Contains:
Anticipation Guide
Memory Boxes
Chapter Questions for Predict/Read/Confirm
Matching Facts from the Smith Family Tree
Note Taking
Multiple Choice Comprehension Check-Ups
Crossword Puzzles
Things of Darkness, Things of Light
Math in the Story
Quaker Signs Puzzle
Civil War Research
and More!

"I always envisioned that as...fumbling in the dark, against a high wall covered with, oh, I don't know, thorns and prickles and maybe ugly bugs that bite. No way through except, suddenly, because you've kept fumbling, kept trusting, your hand touches a knob and you turn it, and then, well, then, a door opens, doesn't it? Into light, of course. Light, and lots of other good things, most of which you don't expect." --Elizabeth in The Last Treasure.

Background music Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini" Sergei Vassilievich Rachmaninoff (1873 - 1943)

 
 



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