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Happy, happy birthday!

On October 8th, Stone Man and the Trail of Tears has its first birthday
Juvenile Fiction: Boys & Men -Legends, Myths, Fables-Native American – Historical-United States-General.

Stone Man and the Trail of Tears

Available everywhere, including your local bookstore.

Inspired by my great-great grandfather, Bill Pennington, who was born in 1830. During the 1838 Trail of Tears, he and his family fled from their Cherokee village and settled in a rural area a few miles north of Charlestown, Indiana.

After U.S. soldiers attack twelve-year-old Tsatsi’s Cherokee village, his family flees to the Smokey Mountains. Facing storms, flood, and hunger, they’re forced to go where Stone Man, a monstrous giant, is rumored to live. Their journey is a dangerous one. Will Tsatsi find the strength to become a Cherokee warrior? And will they ever find their family again?

Juvenile Fiction: Boys & Men -Legends, Myths, Fables-Native American – Historical-United States-General
Print ISBN 9781939844620
EBook ISBN 9781939844637
Link: http://www.dancinglemurpressllc.com/new-adultyoung-adultmiddle-grade

Amazon – https://www.amazon.com/Stone-Man-Trail-Charles-Suddeth/dp/1939844622/

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“The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven…”

John Milton, Paradise Lost.

He was born on this day in 1608. Possibly England’s greatest poet. He also fought against censorship. He would be disappointed to discover that censorship yet lives. Instead of Mr. Milton (he died before photography), I offer you a photo of a much lesser poet- me.

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