Hatter Fox

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Random House, 1973 - Indian women - 288 pages
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This strange and beautiful novel is the story of Hatter Fox, a seventeen-year-old Navajo with a long criminal record, totally rejected by and isolated from white society. Inescapably drawn to her fate, Dr. Teague Summer succeeds over time in drawing out the gifted and spirited girl and rescuing her from a brutal and uncaring bureaucracy. Free Teachers guide available upon request.

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I have never come across a book quite like this one. Violence, anger, redemption, victory over adversity and tragic loss...if you can find it, it's a fantastic read. It is a rare love story about a strange native American juvenile delinquent and her social worker. I would recommend to all! Read full review

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This was a great story. It was one of my favorite books to read in the summer. She had many struggles and came out of them. I did not like the ending, it was rather brutal! But it gave me hope.

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First schooled in the culinary arts in New Orleans and now living in Cincinnati, Ms. Harris is a certified culinary professional member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals. She has studied at the Cordon Bleu School in London, at La Varenne and Bistro diHubert academies in Paris, and with numerous chefs in Lyon. Listen to her show on Saturdays from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Eastern time on WKRC 550 in Cincinnati or worldwide via the Internet at www.55krc.com .

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