Time of the Eagle: A Story of An Ojibwe Winter Stephanie Golightly Lowden

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Published: March 10th 2014

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94 pages


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Time of the Eagle: A Story of An Ojibwe Winter  by  Stephanie Golightly Lowden

Time of the Eagle: A Story of An Ojibwe Winter by Stephanie Golightly Lowden
March 10th 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 94 pages | ISBN: | 3.46 Mb

When smallpox strikes her family’s lodge, 13-year-old Ojibwe girl Autumn Dawn flees into the forest with her little brother. Together, the two youngsters must draw on survival skills – and learn to tell friend from foe – as they travel in search of aMoreWhen smallpox strikes her family’s lodge, 13-year-old Ojibwe girl Autumn Dawn flees into the forest with her little brother. Together, the two youngsters must draw on survival skills – and learn to tell friend from foe – as they travel in search of a safe haven. As winter’s grip descends on the northwoods, what will the two do for food?

Can they build a fire? Find shelter? The winter trek of Autumn Dawn and Coyote Boy offers a tale of courage and resourcefulness near the shores of Lake Superior, the realm of soaring eagles and home of the Anishinaabe (Ojibwe/Chippwa). Set in the fur-trade era of the 1700s, this is the story of one girl’s heroism and strong spirit.The book has been endorsed by the intertribal Council for Indian Education.

The book was a finalist for the Book of the Year Award (sponsored by ForeWord Magazine to recognize the best indie-press titles of each year) in the Juvenile Fiction category.



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