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Bearstone, Will Hobbs

Because of his misbehavior, a young Native American boy finds himself kicked out of a home for troubled youth and sent to live with an old farmer who has just lost his wife. The farm is near the Colorado Rockies and near the ancestral home of the boy's people. Life-changing experiences and profound realizations combine in this story of a young man who comes to terms with his heritage, himself, and his attitude toward the future.

Related Readings

"I Know Who I Am"—informative nonfiction by Brent Ashabranner

"The Haste-Me-Well Quilt"—short story by Elizabeth Yates

"Prayer to a Dead Buck"—prayer translated from the Navajo by W. W. Hill

"The Wounded Wolf"—short story by Jean Craighead George

"The Black Fox"—short story by Betsy Byars

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