Libby Mitchell can't believe her luck In 1841, her pioneer family decides to move north--near her best friend, Fawn, who lives with the Ottawa tribe. But the girls' happiness at reuniting is short-lived. Greedy men want to cheat Fawn's people out of their land and put all of the forest in danger. Now Libby and Fawn must think of a way to stop them--before the woods that they call home are lost forever.
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About the Author
Gloria Whelan is the bestselling author of many novels for young readers, including Homeless Bird, winner of the National Book Award; Fruitlands: Louisa May Alcott Made Perfect; Angel on the Square; Burying the Sun; Once on This Island, winner of the Great Lakes Book Award; and Return to the Island. She lives in the woods of northern Michigan.