Fulcrum Publishing (2003), Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 63 pages
A series of stories, set in the northern New England ten thousand years ago, about the special relationship between the Abenaki people and the dogs who were their faithful friends.
63 p.; 7.52 inches
1555912281 / 9781555912284
LibraryThing member irisdovie
I found this book well-written with good stories. For some reason, although I am not particularly fond of dogs (I am more a cat person), this book touched touched me. I would suggest this book to middle readers who are interested in learning more about Abenaki Native Americans. I would use this book in a school curriculum or on a reading list at a public library for fifth-graders. I would especially suggest this book if a child loved dogs.
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