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Sign of the Beaver

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 20,358 Ratings and 1,715 Reviews

Book Description
When his father returns East to collect the rest of the family, 13-year-old Matt is left alone to guard his family's newly built homestead. One day, Matt is brutally stung when he robs a bee tree for honey. He returns to consciousness to discover that his many stings have been treated by an old Native American and his grandson. Matt offers his only book as thanks, but the old man instead asks Mat... More
Book Information
PublisherCornerstone Books
BindingHardcover (42 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages146
ISBN-101557360375
ISBN-13978-1557360373
Publication Date10/1988
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About Elizabeth George Speare (Author) : Elizabeth George Speare is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Elizabeth George Speare include Sign of the Beaver, The Witch of Blackbird Pon... more
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2/24/2014 Lola Perkett tagged as: I read

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6/12/2009 Mary Paladin said: I enjoyed this very much. The main characters (a teenaged white boy and a teenaged Indian boy) develop an essential friendship that provides both of them with the thing they need to grow up- each other. An authentic insight into the life of early movement of settlers coming into Indian territory.
tags: I recommend, I read

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