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Jackrabbit McCabe and the Electric Telegraph

by Lucy Margaret Rozier

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Great new tall tale, with elements of American History interspersed. ( )
  melodyreads | Mar 17, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0385378432, Hardcover)

The fastest man in the West meets his match in this deliciously clever original tall tale—perfect for the Common Core classroom.
 
With his extra-long legs, Jackrabbit McCabe can outrun anything on the American frontier: horses, trains, and even twisters. So of course, everyone in the town of Windy Flats always counts on his speed when a message has to get out fast. Then something new comes to town: the telegraph, which can send Morse code messages with the speed of electricity. At first, no one believes the newfangled contraption can deliver a message quicker than Jackrabbit. . . . But in a race between man and machine, who will be left in the dust?
 
An author's note includes information about the invention of the telegraph, a Morse code key, and a riddle written in Morse code for kids to transcribe.

"A strikingly accomplished debut.... A terrific tall tale about the costs and opportunities of technology." —Publishers Weekly, Starred

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