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A companion page to Bridgewater's One Book One Community Read for spring 2014
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Check your local library for other books on hiking and the Appalachian Trail. Titles in bold are available at Maxwell Library

Becoming Odyessa by Jennifer Pharr Davis

In Beauty May She Walk: Hiking the Appalachian Trail at 60 by Leslie Mass

Barefoot Sisters Southbound, the Adventures on the Appalachian Trail by Lucy  & Susan Letcher

AWOL on the Appalachian Trail by David Miller

Walking Home: A Woman's Pilgimiage on the Appalachian Trail by Kelly Winters

The Things You Find on the Appalachian Trail: A Memoir of Discovery, Endurance and a Lazy Dog by Kevin Runolfson

Last Child in the Woods by Ricard Louv

Halfway to the Sky by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
Appropriate for Middle School grades

Step by Step along the Appalachian Trail by Tricia Andysweski

Appropriate for Middle School grades

My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George

Ellie's Long Walk: The True Story of Two Friends on the Appalachian Trail by Pam Flowers

Appropriate for grades 4-6

Orient: Hero Dog of the Appalachian Trail by Tom McMahon

Henry Hikes to Fitchburg by D.B. Johnson
A picture book for young readers

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