Summary: When Dancing Fish joins Henry Hudson’s expedition in 1609, the Native American boy doesn’t realize his way of life is in peril. First awed by these strangers, he soon discovers their dangerous side, touching off a decades-long struggle against aggressive explorers, traders, and settlers. If his own people are to survive, the boy-turned-man must draw on unique skills to block the rising tide of the “salt people.” Based on true events.
The author has indicated that this book is not necessarily suitable for children.
Top-level Genre: Fiction
Sub-genre(s): Biography, Coming of Age, Cultural Issues, Family Saga, Historical
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