Children of the Longhouse
In this gripping novel set in a Mohawk village of the late 1400s, eleven-year-old twins are caught up against their will in a dangerous rivalry. Ohkwa'ri and his twin sister are among the most admired young people in their village. Yet an older boy named Grabber has no love for the twins--and he and his friends will surely try to harm Ohkwa'ri in the great lacrosse game coming up. The twins believe in the path of peace, but can peaceful ways prevail against Grabber and his gang? Full-color map.
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Abenaki Anemtaks animals ball game stick basket basswood Bear Clan began berries big longhouse Big Tree birds bloodroot canoe Clan Mother cradleboard Creator danced deerskin earth Eats Elder Brother elm bark eyes face Falls a Lot father field fire Flint Nation flying squirrel four young friends Ga-hun-da goal Grab grandmother Greasy Hair Hand Talker hard head hear heard Henh Herons Flying hill Ideas Kanatsiohareke knew kwa'ri laugh leaned listened Little Fox lodge Mahicans maple mind Mohawk Mohawk River Moon moved nephew night Ohkwa'ri thought Old Men's team older Opens the Sky Otsi:stia looked Otsi:stia thought played Tekwaarathon players pole raid Red-tailed Hawk river Roia.ne sacred game side sister smiled smoke hole someone sound spoke stood story strawberries tall tell thank things Thunder's Voice told trail uncle village walked wampum watched water drum Wide Awake winter women