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by Maxine Trottier

  • ISBN: 155337519X
  • Author: Maxine Trottier
  • ePub ver: 1471 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1471 kb
  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 352
  • Publisher: Kids Can Press (August 1, 2004)
  • Formats: lrf mobi lit azw
  • Category: Kids
  • Subcategory: History
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Sister to the Wolf Hardcover – August 1, 2004. Maxine Trottier demonstrates her talents yet again in this wonderful book! Cecile is a French-Canadian girl, trying to find her way through life, with the help of Lesharo and Papa, of course

Sister to the Wolf Hardcover – August 1, 2004. by. Maxine Trottier (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Maxine Trottier demonstrates her talents yet again in this wonderful book! Cecile is a French-Canadian girl, trying to find her way through life, with the help of Lesharo and Papa, of course.

Sister to the Wolf Paperback – August 1, 2004. Maxine Trottier demonstrates her talents yet again in this wonderful book! Cecile is a French-Canadian girl, trying to find her way through life, with the help of Lesharo and Papa, of course

Sister to the Wolf Paperback – August 1, 2004.

Sister to the Wolf book. Quebec, 1703 Guilt will not The book, Sister to the Wolf, by Maxine Trottier takes place in the early 1700. The main characters of the story are Cècile Chesne and Lesharo. Guilt will not The book, Sister to the Wolf, by Maxine Trottier takes place in the early 1700. Cècile is free spirited.

Maxine Trottier demonstrates her talents yet again in this wonderful book! Cecile is a French-Canadian girl, trying to find her way through life, with the help of Lesharo and Papa, of course

Maxine Trottier demonstrates her talents yet again in this wonderful book! Cecile is a French-Canadian girl, trying to find her way through life, with the help of Lesharo and Papa, of course. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 14 years ago. This is a French-Canadian story of a fifteen-year-old girl and the journey of self-discovery as she travels through the wilderness in the early 1700s.

Maxine Trottier was born in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan on May 3, 1950. When she was ten, she moved with her family to Windsor, Ontario, Canada. She is a dual citizen of Canada and the United States. She is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario. She was an elementary school teacher for 31 years. After retiring from teaching, she began to write children's books. Her books include The Paint Box, Prairie Willow, Laura: A Childhood Tale of Laura Secord, Circle of Silver Chronicles, Alone in an Untamed Land, Forget-Me-Not, Three Songs for Courage, and Terry Fox: A Story of Hope.

Maxine Trottier, award-winning author of numerous picture books, novels and non-fiction works, was born in Grosse Point Farms, Michigan, and moved to Canada with her family at the age of ten. Her inspiration as an author has often come from her ancestors ? French habitants and the Miami people.

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Maxine Trottier - the complete book list. Young H?l?ne St. Onge and her older sister Catherine are orphans. In this powerful novel for mature readers, Maxine Trottier transports the reader to the summer of 1956, and the small town of Erie View, a haven for teenagers. Summer jobs are plentiful, and there’s always action on the beach or the main drag.

Quebec, 1703. In this rough town, Indian slaves are routinely mistreated. As C?cile 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 C?cile, he accompanies her and her father, a coureur de bois, as they leave Quebec for a perilous journey to the new fort at D?troit. Fort society, however, makes C?cile and Lesharo miserable. Torn between two worlds, they can only be free in the wild. But freedom will not come easily. One terrible night, C?cile is forced to make a dreadful choice ?
Comments (4)

Sti
My favorite book ever!
luisRED
The story is quite compelling and the characters are realistic and likable, and it's a good look at a very interesting time in history. However, if the author had glossed any harder over negative aspects of various native cultures, the book would reflect like a mirror. A great deal of time is spent dwelling on the evils of 'white' society-- bigotry, shallowness, slavery, dishonesty, etc, while native american culture is portrayed as being more inclusive and genuine. Less-than-savory aspects of native cultures, like extreme misogyny, slavery (both sides did it), endless bloody wars and raids, and freaking HUMAN SACRIFICE are not entirely ignored, but are barely given a one-sentence, highly sanitized mention. I have no problem confronting the evils done by colonists to natives and to each other, but please let go of the whole 'noble savage' myth. It's not doing anyone any good.
Anardred
Maxine Trottier demonstrates her talents yet again in this wonderful book! Cecile is a French-Canadian girl, trying to find her way through life, with the help of Lesharo and Papa, of course. Through trial and happiness, this is an awsome story and there NEEDS to be a sequel!
Anarus
This is a French-Canadian story of a fifteen-year-old girl and the journey of self-discovery as she travels through the wilderness in the early 1700s. Her grandmother expects her to behave like a proper French lady. Story conveys conflict between white invaders and native Indians. Interesting historical fiction.

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