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Mi'kmaq Song by Pat Cher
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Apr 11, 12

bookshelves: giveaways-won, first-reads
Read from April 02 to 04, 2012 — I own a copy

An overall enjoyable read that Pat Cher has put an awful lot of research into. I found it to be more of a YA read but that takes nothing away from the history lesson bestowed on the reader.

The Mi'kmaq and Penobcot tribes of early New England are not a common study. Thus, everything that Ms. Cher imparts to us is fairly new information about a way of life that had customs and legends that were fun to learn.

Maggie is a busy, continuously escaping heroine that was fairly fun to follow but the real stars are the natives Abtatuk, Mara, Membertouchi and Memteck.

How Maggie tranports back and forth in time is a bit confusing but don't get bogged down by it. Think Bermuda Triangle and move on.

Its obvious Ms. Cher did her homework and I appreciated effort that went into the telling of this saga.
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