Eagle Boy, Retold by Richard Lee Vaughan
Eagle Boy, Retold by Richard Lee Vaughan. Illustrated by Lee Christiansen.
Eagle boy is an orphan in his coastal village. The chief's daughter and others make fun of him because he feeds his fish to the eagles. When winter comes and food is hard to fine, the tribe must leave to search for more. But Eagle Boy is left behind and must figure out how to survive on his own.
This evocative story is based on Northwest Coast Native tales about one of our most potent natural icons, the bald eagle. Richly illustrated, Eagle Boy retells a vivid and timeless story of how one boy's big heart and determination turns an outcast into a hero.
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