Cry to the Night Wind
While swimming in an inlet with his friend, a seal pup, twelve-year-old David who had journeyed to Canada's west coast on an exploratory voyage with his sea captain father is captured by Indians, in an adventure set in the late-eighteenth-century Canadian
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