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The Value of Truth and Trust: The Story of…

The Value of Truth and Trust: The Story of Cochise

by Ann Donegan Johnson

Series: ValueTales

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This book tells the story of Apache chief Cochise and settler Tom Jeffries, who together helped to create peace between the Apache and the white settlers. They became as close as brothers. This book is part of the Value Tales series and therefore has a definite agenda, pushing the value of honesty and how that creates trust. It's a good book for upper elementary. It may be a bit dated in its illustrations, as it's from the late '70s, but the story is still worth reading, and it includes a short biography of Cochise at the end.
  mdispaltro | Jul 28, 2016 |
very good with some fictional elements ( )
  kykiko | Mar 23, 2006 |
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A biography of Cochise, the Apache chief, whose life illustrates the values of trust and truth.

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