by David Allan and Leslie Hamilton
"I think the fighting is getting closer," Peter Little Bear said. "We should keep going." He grabbed a nearby tree and hauled himself to standing position. "Aghh!" he gasped, almost collapsing from pain. "Eben, I can't make it home! Can you help me get to the cave? I could hide in there."
Life in the forest is changing for Peter Little Bear and the Washucke clan. Settlers from across the Great Water are moving into the area, including a boy, Eben, with hair the color of corn silk. Peter Little Bear finds he has much in common with Eben, in spite of their different cultures. The boys form a deep friendship, but as their bond grows, so does the tension between Indian tribes and the settlers. Finally, on a hot July day in 1690, a battle breaks out and the boys' friendship is put to a frightening test.
Based on real events, locations, and artifacts, The Story of Peter Little Bear is a tale of adventure and friendship in seventeenth century New England.
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