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Pale Star


Coldsmith tells the story of Pale Star, who is kidnapped as a child. Pale Star bravely undertakes an incredible journey to thwart her enemy's ... Show synopsis

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A plains band of the "people" move to the forest

by readersreader on Apr 27, 2008

Because of especially hot and dry weather, there is very little water. The buffalo are not in great numbers either. It is decided, after much discussion, that the band must go east, an area never before ventured into. In the East are forest and mountains; no buffalo, but many Elk and Deer, and the much needed water. After settling in to there new surroundings, three children go looking for firewood. The oldest child is Pale Star, a girl of 14. The three children are captured by an unknown tribe of indians, and after several days Pale Star is sold to a man and his wife who are traders; they travel from place to place trading with the villagers they meet. Pale Star sees many new places, sees her first canoe, and learns to paddle like an expert. She always yearns to go back to the plains were you can see the horizon. Even though she is treated like a daughter, this is the story of her many trials as a captive,

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