SUN DANCE And The Great Spirit by Victor C. Spies

SUN DANCE And The Great Spirit

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A winning story of an Indian boy growing to maturity in the period when the first white traders came through the mountains. At the start it seems like any competent story of Indian life, but as the theme develops, and Sun Dance learns to weigh basic values, ne realizes that here is a story that cuts below the surface, and carries not only a warm portrait of a boy but a fundamental lesson. The story tells chiefly of days of trapping,- with the new steel traps -- and of how a little black skunk and a marauding mountain lion came to be specific goals.

Publisher: Follett