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Tribal Journey (PathFinders)

by Gary Robinson

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Because of the intended reading level, Jason's story is presented simplistically with little character development or background. However, once Jason's canoe family embarks on the Tribal Journey to Canada, it becomes an intriguing and interesting travelogue of the Northwest Indian culture. Readers will get a sense of the cultural pride Jason experiences on his journey. A deeper, more detailed and resonant narrative would really make the story of tribal journeys compelling. ( )
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Sixteen-year-old Jason is left with a paralyzed leg after a car accident and it is only after becoming involved with his Duwamish mother's tribe and learning to "pull" a canoe that he begins to see himself as more than a boy in a wheelchair.

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