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Reading this book made me laugh, cry, and angry.
I liked how the book showed how beautiful nature can be, for everyone should agree that he described the background and nature so well.
If you are looking to read a book that is a true and accurate portrayal of Native American life, this is not the book for you.
This book is a tender story of love between a young boy and his grandparents, who took him to live with them in their primitive mountain home after his parents were killed. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Karen Bushman
What can I say. Its a classic. Carter's books are on my shelf with, Jack London, Wilson Rawls
, Louis L' Amour and many others. They will be reread many times.
A wonderful story a little boy growing up in the south during the depression. Adopted by his grandparents, lovingly called Little Tree, he's taught to love the land and how to live... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Florida Cellist
Reading about what the government & religious groups did to Native American children in these boarding & religious schools just burns my heart. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Rezwalker
I loved every bit of this book. It makes me realize how selfish and stupid we are. I felt what Little Tree felt all the way through the story and was very emotional during the end.Published 24 days ago by Elizabeth Mare
Was shocked to discover the author made up the whole thing including the Indian words but he did a remarkable job/Published 1 month ago by Cordelia L. Stites
You have to love a book that can bring as much emotion out of you while reading as this one does. This is a beautiful book, will have you smiling and close to tears throughout the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Turd Ferguson