TOMAHAWK; TOMAHAWK AND THE RIVER OF GOLD by Roberta Leigh

TOMAHAWK; TOMAHAWK AND THE RIVER OF GOLD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

These mark the beginning of a new series in which Tomahawk, a nine year old member of the Blackfoot tribe, is the central character. In the first book, Tomahawk sets out to prove his courage on his ninth birthday, not merely by hunting his first animal alone but by attaining the Silver Arrow, a feat uncommon even to the strongest of braves. The trails and ordeals of his journey, his encounter with Giant Winter, his contest with the cruel Crooked Tooth, and his friendship with Little Bud, a Canadian boy, all climax in success for Tomahawk. The next book sees Tomahawk in a second struggle with Crooked Tooth in an attempt to free his father from the clutches of this wicked Indian. With Bobo and the Goony Bird the little brave prevents his adversaries from stealing the gold his father discovered. Touches of fantasy flavor this exciting new Indian series.

Pub Date: April 14th, 1961
Publisher: Eriksson-Taplinger