Cave Of Memories [NOOK Book]

Overview

Ages 9 and Up

Robin Daniels has a gripe with life. She doesn’t want to be a American Indian living in a white world.She doesn’t want to listen to any more of her mother’s stories about where she came ...
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Cave Of Memories

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Overview

Ages 9 and Up

Robin Daniels has a gripe with life. She doesn’t want to be a American Indian living in a white world.She doesn’t want to listen to any more of her mother’s stories about where she came from and who she is.

Robin has spent her entire life running away from who she is, and she feels trapped by her identity.

That is, she feels trapped until kidnappers mistakenly nab her along with two other kids
and hold them for ransom in an abandoned quarry. Then she’s REALLY trapped.

She feels trapped until the kids escape and hide in a cave with snarling wolves and with the kidnappers right outside. Then she’s REALLY trapped.

Robin is on a quest with only one route of escape – she must retrace the path of her Potawatomi ancestors. As the parallel story of her great-great-great grandmother unfolds, Robin is running again, but this time she is running for her life and for the lives of the other two kids still trapped in the Cave of Memories.

~ An unusual adventure of personal discovery and survival ~
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014778794
  • Publisher: D. B. Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 6/10/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 373,723
  • Age range: 6 - 8 Years
  • File size: 294 KB

Meet the Author

Deb Baker has lived in all the places she portrays in her books and knows many of the characters in her books. She now lives on a high ridge in Southeastern Wisconsin, with her husband and one aging cat. Deb has published adult mysteries but this is her first young adult story.

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  • Posted February 8, 2013

    I will read anything Deb Baker writes, but I wondered if I could

    I will read anything Deb Baker writes, but I wondered if I could enjoy a story written for children. I’m happy to say I did. Not only was I captured by brave soul Robin, who didn’t believe in herself or her heritage until called to try to save not only herself, but the others kidnapped with her, but the parallel story of Painting Woman and her journey of survival. Baker is known for her humorous Gertie Johnson stories, but she’s equally adept at drama, too. Bravo.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2012

    Terrific survival story for kids to teens

    Robin is sick of hearing her Mother's stories about her people and living off the land. She hates her streak of white hair that runs in her family. She desperately wants to fit in with the white kids, but it's her mother's stories, her instincts, and Indian spirit guide, a white wolf, that saves her and the two rich kids when they're kidnapped. The two kidnappers make no effort to hide their faces or identity from them and are digging a big hole. Robin knows they have to escape to survive. This is a great survival and coming of age story.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2013

    Excellent reaading for young people and adults who value character.

    I have read most of the books posted by Deb Baker and have found them interesting , clean and informative. Good work!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 6, 2015

    Very good reading

    I really enjoyed this one. Again, it was hard to put down like all of Deb Baker's books.

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