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Random House Children's Books, Oct 13, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 181 pages
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Echohawk was a little boy when he was taken from his white family and adopted into a Mohican tribe. For years Echohawk has been speaking and thinking in the Mohican language. He enjoys hunting with his adoptive grandfather Glickihigan and younger brother Bamaineo. Yet as time passes, Glickihigan thinks an English education will help his sons in the changing world and sends them to be schooled by white people. It's then that Echohawk's earliest memories return. Soon the time will come for him to choose between the world of the Mohicans and the world he came from long ago.

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User Review  - pnadya - LibraryThing

Interesting plot, but poorly written. Personality of characters is not consistent. Not recommended. Read full review


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Lynda Durrant is the author of five well-received historical novels for Clarion, several of which have been named to state children's choice awards lists. She lives in Bath, Ohio, with her family and a horse named Irish.

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