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Lion Singer

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5 out of 5
Based on 3 Ratings and 2 Reviews

Book Description
''There was once a time when there was no metal in the Chukchansi people's world...''

So begins this story set in the old days---before there were cars or television sets, in a time when much of California was covered in swamps, meadows, and forests---when there lived a boy of the Chukchansi tribe in the foothills of the great Sierra mountains.

Dog Cry is a medium-sized name for a medium-size... More

Book Information
PublisherHeyday Books
BindingHardcover (2 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages33
Publication Date10/01/2005
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About Sylvia Ross (Author) : Sylvia Ross is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Sylvia Ross is Lion Singer.
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