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I didn't exactly enjoy it, and I'm not sure most children will either, unless an enthusiastic adult shares it with them. Moss learns his lesson too easily, after being so, well, stupid. Trouble is an interesting character, but we don't get to know her very well. The book is just too simple, too iconographic, for me. Otoh, it's graceful and empathic, so some readers will treasure it. ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
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  antillagorilla | Feb 24, 2016 |
Relationships between his tribe and the white settlers look like they are turning friendly, and Moss is not ready for that. He decides he won't be a part of it . . . ( )
  alcrivello | Jul 9, 2006 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0786813563, Paperback)

Literature GuidesA complete guide to teaching Guests. Includes an author biography, background information, summaries, thought-provoking discussion questions, as well as creative, cross-curricular activities and reproducibles that motivate students.

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Moss and Trouble, an Algonquin boy and girl, struggle with the problems of growing up in the Massachusetts area during the time of the first Thanksgiving.

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