Sister to the Wolf

Sister to the Wolf

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Cecile buys the slave Lesharo and treats him as an equal; but they hate their life in the new fort at Detroit and long to be free in the wild. Cecile must make a choice that will affect both their lives.
Publisher: Toronto, ON ; Tonawanda, NY : Kids Can Press, c2004.
ISBN: 9781553375197
Branch Call Number: PZ7.T755 Si 2004
YA FICTION Trottier Maxine
Characteristics: 348 p. :,maps ;,21 cm.


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Jul 10, 2010

This is a great book, because of all the legends and answers on how people once lived. I also found it very inspiring because even though you are of a different race then some one else doesn't mean you can't be friends. Or in this book's case in love. :)


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May 01, 2010

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Fatima Almalki
May 01, 2010

Quebec, 1703. In this rough town, Indian slaves are routinely mistreated. As Cécile Chesne watches the branding iron burn into young Lesharo's flesh, she knows she must act. Defying convention, the headstrong girl buys the slave's freedom and treats him as an equal. Lesharo is Pawnee — the People of the Wolf.

Sworn to protect Cécile, he accompanies her and her father, a coureur de bois, as they leave Quebec for a perilous journey to the new fort at Détroit. Fort society, however, makes Cécile and Lesharo miserable. Torn between two worlds, they can only be free in the wild. But freedom will not come easily. One terrible night, Cécile is forced to make a dreadful choice …


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