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3.59 of 5 stars 3.59  ·  rating details  ·  39 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Echohawk was a little boy when he was taken from his white family and adopted into a Mohican tribe. For years Echohawk has been speaking and thinking in the Mohican language. He enjoys hunting with his adoptive father Glickihigan and younger brother Bamaineo. Yet as time passes, Glickihigan thinks an English education will help his sons in the changing world and sends them ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published October 13th 1998 by Yearling (first published 1996)
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Malik Enloe

It wasn't my favorite book and it could've had a better ending but it had an interesting story to it.
Mary L.
Since I like historical novels this was right up my alley. I enjoyed the father's advice yo Echohawk.
G. Hurley
I chose this books because it offers a different view of the typical captive story. It also about a boy that grows up and choose who he will become.
Kris Irvin
I adore this book. It was one of my favorites when I was a pre-teen, and reading it again was an awesome trip down Memory Lane for me. It's still just as good as I remember - if not better. As an adult, I truly appreciate the detail that Durrant puts into this book. I also appreciated that she listed her sources in the back - I'm interested in doing some research of my own now. I really, really can't say enough good things about this fantastic novel. It's a short read, so what are you waiting fo ...more
Krista the Krazy Kataloguer
A white boy raised by the Mohicans in the Hudson Valley is sent with his younger brother to an English settlement for schooling.
Erika Price
Pretty good book! Some boring parts, such as Christmas. The ending wasn't it for me.
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