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Danger on Midnight River by Gary Paulsen
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Danger on Midnight River

by Gary Paulsen

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  OperationGiveBack | Jan 8, 2011 |
danger on midnight river is wellworth any bodys time as long as they like on your toes exsitment its about 5 boys who are going to a summer camp there bus driver makes a wrong turn on a raod they come up to a old bridge they start driving......... crack!!!!!!! evrthing goes black ( )
  Jdog223 | Aug 27, 2010 |
Read it with my 6th graders. Their favorite book of the year! ( )
  MDLady | Apr 15, 2010 |
ITs about a boy that was in a van and the bridge fell.
  stegerkids | Oct 16, 2007 |
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Daniel Martin has to choose between his own safety and risking his life to save three bullies from drowning.

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