Three months under the snow?! Is this some fictitious tale of a North Pole expedition? Or, if it is true, how did anyone live to tell the story?
Translated from 19th century French, Three Months Under the Snow is a school boy's own diary of his captivity with his grandfather in a Jura Mountain châlet.
Your heart will throb with Louis as he tells of their narrow escape from fire, their fear of his father's well-being, rationing their lamplight, a terrible hurricane, wolves, Grandfather's last hours, the heart-rending burial, and the final rescue from the snow-covered prison.
Learn of God's providence as time and again He proves Himself sovereign and as Grandfather interprets it to his grandson.
Recommended reading for every teenager!
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