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Black Star Bright Dawn

In this redesigned edition of Scott O'Dell's classic novel, a young Eskimo girl encounters frightening obstacles when she takes her father's place in the Iditarod, the annual 1,172-mile dogsled race in Alaska. 134 pages.

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Thunder Rolling in the Mountains

This powerful account of the tragic defeat of the Nez Perce Indians in 1877 by the United States Army is narrated by Chief Joseph's strong and brave daughter.

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Streams to the River

A fascinating story about Sacagawea, the Indian girl who accompanied Lewis and Clark on their famous journey. Sacagawea narrates the story, relating with ODell's magical touch the ordeals of the trip, describing the land and Indian life, and telling of her growing feelings for Captain Clark.

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The gripping story of young Karana, who survives by herself for eighteen years on a deserted island off the California coast. A haunting and unusual story based on the fact that in the early 1800s an Indian girl spent eighteen years alone on a rocky island far off the coast…

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Hawk That Dare Not Hunt by Day, The

The Hawk That Dare Not Hunt by Day by award-winning author Scott O'Dell is historical fiction set in Europe during the 1500s. In this Christian fiction book Tom Barton and his uncle Jack are smugglers who are used to breaking the law.

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Black Pearl, The
O'Dell, Scott

Harvesting the biggest pearl that he and his father have ever seen from an underwater cave where a monster devilfish lurks, sixteen-year-old Ramon can not foresee the trouble that such a fabulous gem can bring. 96 pages.

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