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Dog driven

by Johnson, Terry Lynn,

Format: Print Book 2019
Availability: Available at 10 Libraries 10 of 15 copies
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From the author of Ice Dogs comes a riveting adventure about a musher who sets out to prove her impaired vision won't hold her back from competing in a rigorous sled race through the Canadian wilderness. Perfect for fans of Gary Paulsen.

McKenna Barney is trying to hide her worsening eyesight and has been isolating herself for the last year. But at the request of her little sister, she signs up for a commemorative mail run race in the Canadian wilderness--a race she doesn't know if she can even see to run.

Winning would mean getting her disease--and her sister's--national media coverage, but it would also pit McKenna and her team of eight sled dogs against racers from across the globe for three days of shifting lake ice, sudden owl attacks, snow squalls, and bitterly cold nights.

A page-turning adventure about living with disability and surviving the wilderness, Dog Driven is the story of one girl's self-determination and the courage it takes to trust in others.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Fourteen-year-old McKenna is about to embark on a dangerous mission to deliver a letter from her younger sister, Emma, to the Foundation for Fighting Blindness. Why dangerous? Because McKenna has entered a dog sled race that follows the Great Superior Mail Run the trail used by nineteenth century mail runners that extends north through Ontario, taking its travelers along and on frozen Lake Superior and over treacherous mountain terrain. McKenna's parents don't know she, like Emma, has the genetic retinal disease Stargardt and her vision is failing. On her first day out, she befriends another teen, Guy, who's become the eyes for his blind lead dog, and the pair supports one another along the three-day race. In a strong voice, McKenna describes her harrowing adventures on the trail, showing her fear but also her strength and determination. Readers will feel the cutting, icy wind and the obstacles on the trail, and they'll hold their breath as they wait to see if McKenna stays safe. Like Gary Paulsen's Winterdance (1994), Johnson shows the deep bonds and trust between musher and dogs, while also shedding light on a little-known genetic eye disorder. Johnson's personal experience of living in Ontario with her own team of Alaskan huskies shines through this book, which bracingly captures the excitement and trepidation of McKenna's adventure.--J. B. Petty Copyright 2019 Booklist"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Subjects Dogsledding -- Juvenile fiction.
Sled dogs -- Juvenile fiction.
Dogs -- Juvenile fiction.
People with visual disabilities -- Juvenile fiction.
Wilderness areas -- Juvenile fiction.
Survival -- Juvenile fiction.
Dogsledding -- Fiction.
Sled dogs -- Fiction.
Dogs -- Fiction.
People with visual disabilities -- Fiction.
Wilderness areas -- Fiction.
Survival -- Fiction.
Ontario -- Juvenile fiction.
Canada -- Juvenile fiction.
Canada -- Fiction.
Publisher Boston :2019
Language English
Description 229 pages : illustration, map ; 22 cm
ISBN 9781328551597
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