Description: When the influenza epidemic strikes Duluth, Minnesota, in 1918, Marven's parents know they must send their son far away to keep him safe from the disease. So ten-year-old Marven boards a train headed for a logging camp in the great north woods, not knowing if he will ever see his family again. In the north, Marven finds a new world of towering trees, endless expanses of snow, and lumberjacks as big as grizzly bears. A city boy, Marven feels very alone among the enormous woodsmen-and then he meets Jean Louis, the burliest jack of all. Marven of the Great North Woods is a true story about a small Jewish boy and a bearish French Canadian lumberjack- and how they became friends under the most unusual circumstances.
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