Ghost Hawk

By COOPER, Susan

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ISBN
978-1-4424-8141-1 978-1-4424-8143-5
Publisher
S & S McElderry


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School Library Journal

Reviewed on September 1, 2013  |  Fiction

Gr 6–9—Cooper takes a departure from her well-known fantasies to present a thoughtful historical fantasy. The story begins around 1620, when Little Hawk is nearing proving time to become a man in his Wampanoag tribe. One winter's morning, he is sent out into the woods alone, armed only with a bow and arrows, a tomahawk, and a knife. He must try to survive for three moons before returning to his family. When he does, he is devastated to find that ev...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

Horn Book Magazine

Reviewed on August 1, 2013

When Little Hawk bids goodbye to his friends and family before embarking on the three-month test of solitude that will mark his passage into manhood, little does he know it will be the last time he sees most of them alive. After a difficult winter surviving in the wilderness, Little Hawk returns to find his village virtually eradicated by disease ("the white man's plague"). He works hard to rebuild his life and seems to take the wave of encroaching white settlers in stride, b...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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