Nantan's Long Way Home
In pre-European America a young Native man is on a mission to find the medicinal plant that will cure his grandmotheras illness. He finds more then he bargained for when he is taken prisoner by foreign invaders who force him to trek through the untamed jungles of Central America on a perilous quest for gold. This story describes a young manas struggle to exist in the world outside of his familiar village. While surviving many difficult events he learns a great deal about himself and the new people that surround him. It is an inspiring story for people who have found themselves lost in an unpredictable, ever-changing world.
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