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By Trinka Hakes Noble,Jim Madsen

ISBN-10: 1585365297

ISBN-13: 9781585365296

Ten-year-old jogging Turtle is of the Lenni Lenape tribe. He lives along with his kin in a small village along the Passaic River in what's going to develop into northern New Jersey. they've got a comparatively peaceable lifestyles, with nature providing up a bounty of assets for foodstuff and guard, amply assembly their wishes. strolling Turtle is just about his more youthful cousin, Little speak. He feels protecting of Little speak, who has hassle jogging. jointly they roam the forests close to their village, with jogging Turtle wearing his cousin on his again. yet within the autumn of strolling Turtle's 10th yr, his father tells him that quickly he needs to depart adolescence associates at the back of and start warrior university. jogging Turtle concerns approximately what's going to turn into of Little speak whilst he leaves for his education. and what's his future?Trinka Hakes Noble is the award-winning writer of diverse photo books, together with The Orange footwear and The Scarlet Stockings secret agent. She lives in Bernardsville, New Jersey.

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