I Just finished, Double Time on the Oregon Trail by Dixie Dawn Miller Goode.
I like time travel and I like western themed stories. Double Time on the Oregon Trail surprised me. I didn't realize it was YA. Most likely because I didn't pay
attention because the blurb for the book hooked me. The story held my interest all the way through to the end. (a good thing-right?)
Go west, young lady, go west and two young girls did.
Kenyon heads for Oregon with her family. Della heads for Oregon with her family.
Della's adventures and trials so different from Kenyon's will make her grow up while still a young lady. Her contact with Kenyon may mean live or death for her and her family. Della's and her brother's future road into life will be forever changed by
Kenyon's trials, like most dramatic teenagers, are mostly in her head. However, her exuberance as her eyes open, and she begins to embrace the journey, make you wish you where sitting next to her and experiencing the sights with
Oh, did I mention the sojourn of each girl are over a 150 years apart.
Take a few minutes and re-live those years when change was hard and being a young person harder. WELL DONE, Dixie.
Here's where to find her book(s) so she can take you on the journey too.