Salt

A Story of Friendship in a Time of War

By Frost, Helen

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ISBN
978-0-374-36387-1
Publisher
Farrar/Foster


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Horn Book Magazine

Reviewed on July 1, 2013

In her signature poetic style, Frost (Crossing Stones, rev. 11/09) uses an 1812 incident at Fort Wayne, Indiana, to illuminate the issues and human costs of westward expansion. Anikwa is a Miami; his tribe has been in the village of Kekionga for generations. Settler James and his family live at the trading post near the fort. The two twelve-year-olds are good friends, though each knows few words of the other's language, and together they roam the woodland that sustains them both. Then American and British armies (the lat...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

Horn Book Guide

Reviewed on January 1, 2013  |  Older Fiction

An 1812 incident at Fort Wayne, Indiana, reveals the issues and human costs of westward expansion. Two boys--Miami Anikwa and settler ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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