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eBook formatMass Market Paperback, (torrent)En
File size3.7 Mb
GanreHistorical Fiction
Release date 01.11.1987
Pages count176
Book rating4.42 (1027 votes)
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I'm a gr. 5 teacher and thought I'd read this to my class as a way to help cover the L&Clark unit.It was narrated from the perspective of Sacagawea and was "lite" on the L&C expedition.I'm not sure there are chapters I can read.From the perspective of an adventure by a young woman with a baby on her back and an abusive "husband," it has more appeal.Sacagawea is humanized, yet stil has a strong Native American presence.It's an "easy" read with lots of dialog, but since it is from S's viewpoint there is little description and the development of the character is weak.It seems to be aimed more at middle school since it puts an emphasis on S's unfulfilled "crush" on Captain Clark.

This book may be more suited as an exposition of relations among the various tribes and how they varied from scalping and stealing women and children to make slaves to friendly tribes willing to help the expedition.

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