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Broken Adrift
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By Gwen E. Zwickel and Scott A. McLaughlin
This delightful coloring book is adapted from a story written by author Charles Barnard (1838-1920). Twelve-year-old Eliza Hamilton lived aboard the Erie Canal boat Betsey Jane, traveling the waters of the Hudson River, the St Lawrence River, and all the way west to Buffalo, NY. One day Betsey and her baby brother were spending a quiet evening aboard the boat, rafted together with a dozen others in a tow, when she noticed that everything was more still than it should be. She went up on deck to investigate, and she did not see any other boats – she was adrift!
20pp. Softcover 2005
Scuffy the Tugboat
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Written by Gertrude Crampton

Meant for “bigger things,” Scuffy the Tugboat sets off to explore the world. But on his daring adventure Scuffy realizes that home is where he’d rather be, sailing in his bathtub. For over 50 years, parents and children have cherished this classic Little Golden Book.

Hardcover, 22 pages, 1983.
Tools and Gadgets
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By Bobbie Kalman

This book from the "Historic Communities" series helps the reader identify gadgets used in the past by farmers, millers, woodworkers, metalworkers, doctors and printers.

32 pp. Softcover.
The Amazing Impossible Erie Canal
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Written by Cheryl Harness
A fascinating and fun filled trip depicts the amusing construction and workings of the Erie Canal. Children from grades 2-6 will delight in the fascinating details and illustrations.

32 pp. Softcover 1999
A Maritime History of Vermont
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Written by Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
Specially written for Vermont students of all grade levels, this book examines the history of Vermont from the perspective of the water, lakes, rivers and streams which have collectively produced its maritime history.
1999, Softcover,107 pp.
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By Kate Messner
October 1776 ... Twelve-year-old Abigail Smith disguises herself as a boy, steals a leaky rowboat, and sets out to join the American Fleet on Lake Champlain. She's desperate to find her uncle, her only living relative and her only hope for a real home. Once aboard an American ship, Abigail meets young Pascal De Angelis and the two forge a fast friendship, see things no child should see, and grow up more quickly than either of them could have imagined.

138pp. Softcover, 2007.
Champlain and the Silent One
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By Kate Messner
His tribe calls him Silent One. He hasn't spoken since his uncle died fighting the Iroquois. But in the winter of 1609, a new language echoes through the north woods. Samuel de Champlain and his Frenchmen speak of friendship and promise to help the Innu people fight their enemies. This time, Silent One must join the war party, journey far from home, and find his voice to save his brother and his own spirit.
141 pp. Softcover, 2008.
Dichotomous Key to the Common Fishes of Lake Champlain
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Written by Matt Witten.
This softcover book is a fun and easy way to identify and discover the fishes of Lake Champlain. It offers a step-by-step way to determine which family, genus or species of fish one is looking at, plus a little information about each fish's characteristics, behavior and habitat. The book measures 5 by 8 inches.
1996, 28 pages, softcover
ABC of Boat Bits
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This ABC book is all about the bits and pieces of a Winkle Brig, a wonderful boat for learning the art of sailing. Richly illustrated with linocuts, this book is an excellent primer for both novices and experts.

31 pp. Hardcover.2000
Alphabet of Boats
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From Ark to Zulu, here is a sailor’s alphabet book for all ages. Illustrated with original linocuts of 26 different vessels from around the globe, this entertaining little book is a pleasure to read and share with children.

26 pp. Hardcover 2007