[E-Book] Ã Warrior's Song | By ☆ Judith Pella

Warrior's Song By Judith Pella,

  • Title: Warrior's Song
  • Author: Judith Pella
  • ISBN: 9781556616556
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Paperback
  • He Was the Son of a Cheyenne Warrior, but the Shining Image Was Growing Dim.He was the only son of Deborah Killion and Broken Wing, and Blue Sky had been regaled with tales of the fine deeds of his dead father, a Cheyenne warrior whose noble measure would have been the same regardless of the color of his skin But at seventeen Sky was nearly a man himself, and the storiesHe Was the Son of a Cheyenne Warrior, but the Shining Image Was Growing Dim.He was the only son of Deborah Killion and Broken Wing, and Blue Sky had been regaled with tales of the fine deeds of his dead father, a Cheyenne warrior whose noble measure would have been the same regardless of the color of his skin But at seventeen Sky was nearly a man himself, and the stories of his father seemed just that stories, childhood fairy tales that did not stand up to the constant buffeting by the harsh realities of bigotry.Torn between the two worlds of his heritage, Sky is locked in confusion, questioning, and bitterness When he is befriended by a young rancher s son whose life he saved, Sky feels he has found the acceptance he s been looking for But a horrible tragedy is followed by a cowardly act of betrayal, and he is forced to flee his home.Searching for meaning and love, he must now face his betrayer and the lies that drove him away.
    Warrior s Song He Was the Son of a Cheyenne Warrior but the Shining Image Was Growing Dim He was the only son of Deborah Killion and Broken Wing and Blue Sky had been regaled with tales of the fine deeds of his de

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    1. The author s purpose in writing Warrior Song is to guide the readers through an adventure with a lonely Native American boy Warrior Song gives the audience hope in that it shows us, we all have a place on this earth and we are all important This book is a greatly inspirational in that it shows the reader, no matter how tough life gets, it will always get better The lasting effect in this book is that everyone has a meaning in life and no matter what people say about you, it does not define you T [...]

    2. Great historic fiction as well as an insightful look at alcoholism and the problem with firewater as the Indians lost land and motivation in the late 1800s Well written and an enjoyable read.

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