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John Smith posts on 1/6/2010 6:12:40 PM I just finished this book,and really thought it was amazing! It's constant reminder of contrast between our worlds is proof that the author was a genius. I know it based on a true story but it is the way he worded it that amazed me.
Sierra Little Cricket posts on 6/25/2008 10:59:39 AM Im 13yo and I love this book! I'm full blooded Cherokee. One thing I love about this book is that for a change,the author gives CORRECT accounts of atrocities commited during those times. With the exception of a very few tribes, the vast majority of Native Americans didnt attack unless doing so in retaliation for an attack on them.
Skylar c posts on 4/15/2008 9:41:53 AM The thing i love about this book is that i love animals and i think it is amazing to be able to talk to animals and get to live eith one my class and i are reading this book in reading class and i am so far ahead of them it is not funnny i can;t put the book down



Susan Simmons posts on 2/22/2007 9:44:26 PM In real life, what happened to Ben MacDonald when he grew up ? Did he or any other family members ever record their own account of "Incident at Hawk's Hill" ? How did Allan Eckert discover and research the story ?
topeka posts on 12/10/2006 4:19:40 PM i am in jr. high and hate reading... i had to read this for a book report and found to actually enjoy it. this is a very good book! this writer has to be very talented!
posts on 6/10/2006 11:54:26 PM I really loved this book. I am 12 years old and dont read very much but I found this book interesting and actully liked reading it!Very,very good book!
Beverlee posts on 4/3/2005 9:32:32 PM I read this as an adult and couldn't put this book down! I have always loved animal stories but this topped all I have read. I would love to be able to write true stories like this one. It is amazing what animals will do in certain circumstances.


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