Juvenile Fiction

C. Novels

 

C1.  Berne, Emma Carlson; The Roar of the Falls: My Journey with Kaya [2014] 2014

The Roar / of the Falls / My Journey with Kaya / by Emma Carlson Berne / American Girl

Location: Josephy Center for Arts and Culture Bookstore; Joseph, Oregon

Collation: 1 volume, volume 3 of the Beforever American Girl series. Vol. 1: (unpaginated) i. full title; ii. copyright; iii. dedication; iv. description of the Beforever series; v. description of the story; vi. description of historical and cultural context and setting; 1-182. text; 183. blank; 184-85. ‘About Kaya’s Time;’ 186-87. ‘Glossary of Nez Perce Words;’ 188. ‘Read more of Kaya’s stories,’ 189-96. ‘A Sneak Peak at The Journey Begins: A Kaya Classic;’ unpaginated page. ‘About the Author;’ five unpaginated blanks

Text Contents: Multiple-ending story, multiple short, untitled, optional chapters

Description: A multiple-ending story about a young person who travels back in time and meets a Nez Perce girl named Kaya in 1764

Note: The other two books in the Beforever series, The Journey Begins: A Kaya Classic, Volume 1 and Smoke on the Wind: A Kaya Classic, Volume 2 by Janet Shaw were both originally published in 2002 as part of the original Kaya series, so they are cited as such and not cross-referenced here.

Keywords: Culture, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Novels, Literature

 

C33. O’Dell, Scott and Hall, Elizabeth; Thunder Rolling in the Mountains [1992, 1993, 2010] 1992

Thunder Rolling / in the Mountains / Scot O’Dell and / Elizabeth Hall / Houghton Mifflin Company / Boston

Location: Enterprise Public Library; Enterprise, Oregon

Collation: 1 volume. Vol. 1: two unpaginated blanks; i. half title; ii. blank; iii. full title; iv. copyright; v. dedication; vi. blank; vii. ‘Also by Scott O’Dell;’ viii. blank; ix-x. ‘Foreword;’ xi. half title; xii-xiii. ‘Route of the Nez Perce’ map; xiv. blank; 1-126. text; 127-28. ‘Afterword;’ 4 unpaginated blanks

Text Contents: 23 untitled chapters

Description: Juvenile fiction story about the Nez Perce War.

Note: Manuscript of the work was unpublished after O’Dell’s death, but the work was completed by his wife, Elizabeth Hall, also an author.

Reviews: “Thunder Rolling in the Mountains.” Review of Thunder Rolling in the Mountains, by Scott O’Dell and Elizabeth Hall. Publishers Weekly, March 30, 1992. https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-0-395-59966-2

“Thunder Rolling in the Mountains.” Review of Thunder Rolling in the Mountains, by Scott O’Dell and Elizabeth Hall. Kirkus Reviews, April 15, 1992. https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/scott-odell/thunder-rolling-in-the-mountains/

Keywords: Fiction, 19th Century History, Historical Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Nez Perce War, Chief Joseph, Novels, Literature

 

C35. Palmer, Pamela Lynn Horse of the Dawn [2005] 2005

Horse of the / Dawn / Pamela Lynn Palmer / PublishAmerica / PublishAmerica / Baltimore

Location: University of Idaho Library, University of Idaho; Moscow, Idaho

Collation: 1 volume. Vol. 1: 1. full title; 2. copyright; 3. dedication; 4. information on real-life characters; 5. ‘Contents;’ 6. blank; 7-89. text; 7 unpaginated blanks

Text Contents: “Chapter 1 The Race for Horse of the Dawn,” “Chapter 2 The Search for the Weyeknin,” “Chapter 3 The River of No Return,” “Chapter 4 The Place of Butterflies,” “Chapter 5 Escape from Lapwai,” “Chapter 6 The Return of the Horse of the Dawn,” “Chapter 7 The Vision of Two Rivers,” “Chapter 8 The Death of the First Warrior,” “Chapter 9 The Battle at Clearwater River,” “Chapter 10 Raid near Kamiah,” “Chapter 11 Montana, a False Heaven,” “Chapter 12 The Snowflowers,” “Chapter 13 Journey to Yellowstone and Beyond,” “Chapter 14 Friend against Friend, Brother against Brother,” “Chapter 15 The Final Battle at Bear Paws”

Description: Juvenile fiction story of orphaned two Nez Perce teens, Full Moon and Snowflower, during the Nez Perce War. The two are captured by the whites and put in a boarding school, Full Moon experiences romance, and Snowflower learns about maturity. A palomino horse named Horse of the Dawn makes several appearances.

Keywords: Fiction, 19th Century Fiction, Historical Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Romance, Culture, Novels, Literature

 

C39. Sanderson, Whitney; Horse Diaries: Golden Sun [2010] 2010

Horse Diaries / Golden Sun / Whitney Sanderson / illustrated by Ruth Sanderson / Random House New York

Location: La Grande Public/Cook Memorial Library; La Grande, Oregon

Collation: 1 volume, volume 5 in the Horse Diaries series. Vol. 1: (unpaginated) i. half title; ii. ‘Horse Diaries;’ iii. full title; iv. copyright; v. dedication; vi. blank; vii-viii. ‘Contents;’ ix. quote from Anna Sewell; x. blank; xi. half title; xii. blank; 1-129. text; 130.blank; 131-40. ‘Appendix;’ unpaginated page. ‘Coming Soon!;’ unpaginated blank; unpaginated page. ‘About the Author;’ unpaginated blank; 2 unpaginated pages. ‘About the Illustrator;’ unpaginated page. ‘Collect All the Books in the Horse Diaries Series!;’ unpaginated blank

Text Contents: “1 The Salmon Falls, Oregon, 1790,” “2 Runaway,” “3 A Trade and a Promise,” “4 Training,” “5 Earth Medicine,” “6 Broken Trust,” “7 Stolen Breath,” “8 Vision Quest,” “9 Two Healers”

Description: Juvenile fiction story of an Appaloosa horse named Golden Sun and his rider, a Nez Perce boy name Little Turtle. Little Turtle becomes sick and Golden Sun discovers his true calling.

Keywords: Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Historical Fiction, Culture, Novels, Literature

 

C41. Shaw, Janet. Kaya’s Story Collection [2004, 2005, 2008] 2004

Kaya’s / Story / Collection / By Janet Shaw / Illustrations by / Bill Farnsworth / American Girl

Location: Lake County Library; Lakeview, Oregon

Collation: 1 volume, contains volumes 1-6 in the American Girl Kaya series. Vol. 1: (unpaginated) i. blank; ii. introduction; iii. illustration; iv. full title; v. copyright; vi. information on the Nez Perce; vii-viii. ‘Table of Contents;’ ix-xi. ‘Kaya’s Family… and Friends;’ xii. blank; xiii. dedication to Meet Kaya: An American Girl; xiv. cover of Meet Kaya: An American Girl; xv. blank; 1-59. text of Meet Kaya: An American Girl; 60. dedication to Kaya’s Escape: A Survival Story; 61. cover of Kaya’s Escape: A Survival Story; 62. blank; 63-125. text of Kaya’s Escape: A Survival Story; 126. dedication to Kaya’s Hero: A Story of Giving, 127. cover of Kaya’s Hero: A Story of Giving, 128. blank; 129-92. text of Kaya’s Hero: A Story of Giving; 193. blank; 194. dedication to Kaya and Lone Dog: A Friendship Story; 195. cover of Kaya and Lone Dog: A Friendship Story; 196. blank; 197-266. text of Kaya and Lone Dog: A Friendship Story, 267. blank; 268. dedication to Kaya Shows the Way: A Sister Story; 269. cover of Kaya Shows the Way: A Sister Story; 270. blank; 271-333. text of Kaya Shows the Way: A Sister Story; 334. dedication to Changes for Kaya: A Story of Courage, 335. cover of Changes for Kaya: A Story of Courage, 336. blank; 337-394. text of  Changes for Kaya: A Story of Courage; 395-405. ‘Looking Back 1764: A Peek Into the Past;’ 406-07. ‘Glossary of Nez Perce Words;’ unpaginated page. ‘Meet the Author’ and ‘Meet the Illustrator;’ unpaginated page. ‘Meet the Advisory Board;’ 3 unpaginated blanks

Text Contents: “Meet Kaya: An American Girl”: “Chapter One Race!,” “Chapter Two Switchings!,” “Chapter Three Courtship Dance,” “Chapter Four Rescued from the River” “Kaya’s Escape!: A Survival Story”: “Chapter One Taken Captive!,” “Chapter Two Slaves of the Enemy,” “Chapter Three Escape!,” “Chapter Four On the Buffalo Trail” “Kaya’s Hero: A Story of Giving”: “Chapter One Runaway Horse!,” “Chapter Two Lessons from a Basket,” “Chapter Three A Sick Baby,” “Chapter Four Gifts from Swan Circling” “Kaya and Lone Dog: A Friendship Story”:  “Chapter One A Starving Dog,” “Chapter Two Newborn Puppies,” “Chapter Three More Warnings,” “Chapter Four Danger for the Pups,” “Chapter Five A Sad Parting” “Kaya Shows the Way: A Sister Story”: “Chapter One The Sound of the Falls,” “Chapter Two Dangerous Crossing!,” “Chapter Three Stranded by the Storm,” “Chapter Four A New Path” “Changes for Kaya: A Story of Courage”: “Chapter One Smoke on the Wind,” “Chapter Two The Rogue Stallion’s Herd,” “Chapter Three Trapped by Fire,” “Chapter Four Gifts”

Description: Juvenile fiction stories featuring Kaya, a young Nez Perce girl, and her adventures.

Note: All stories in this collection were additionally published separately, and some were reprinted again after the collection was published. Those published within this collection have not been cited again. The Beforever series, including the books The Journey Begins and Smoke on the Wind are composites of the books in this collection in this manner: The Journey Begins includes the first three books in the collection and Smoke on the Wind includes the last two.

Keywords: Fiction, Historical Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Culture, Novels, Literature

 

C42. Spalding-Stacy, Joanne; Black Eagle of the Nimiipu [1995] 1995

Black Eagle / of / the Nimiipu / By / Joanne Spalding-Stacy / Ye Galleon Press / Fairfield, Washington

Location: Alvin M. & Betty Josephy Library of Western History and Culture; Joseph, Oregon

Collation: 2 unpaginated blanks; 1. half title; 2. illustration; 3. full title; 4. dedication and copyright; 5. ‘Table of Contents;’ 6. illustration; 7. ‘Introduction;’ 8. illustration; 9-68. text; 69. ‘Footnotes;’ unpaginated page. ‘Colophon;’ two unpaginated blanks

Text Contents: “Part I,” “Part II,” “Part III,” “Part IV,” “Part V,” “Part VI”

Description: Work of juvenile fiction detailing the life of a Nez Perce family living along the Salmon River.

Keywords: Fiction, Historical Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Culture, Novels, Literature

 

C45. Williams, Jack R.; Be Brave, Tah-hy!: The Journey of Chief Joseph’s Daughter [2012] 2012

Be Brave, Tah-hy! / The Journey of chief Joseph’s Daughter / Jack R. Williams / Illustrations by Jo Proferes / WSU / Press / Washington State University Press / Pullman, Washington

Location: Alvin M. & Betty Josephy Library of Western History and Culture

Collation: 1 volume. Vol. 1: i. full title; ii. copyright; iii. ‘Table of Contents;’ iv. blank; v. ‘Preface;’ vi. blank; vii. ‘Foreword;’ viii. ‘Nez Perce Country’ map; 1-129. text; 130. ‘Epilogue;’ 131. ‘About the Author’ and ‘About the Illustrator;’ 132. ‘Suggested Further Reading;’ 133-34. ‘Glossary of Nez Perce Words’

Text Contents: “Walowa,” “Split Rocks,” “White Bird,” “Clearwater,” “Kamiah,” “Weippe Prairie,” “Lolo Trail,” “Bitterroot Valley,” “Big Hole,” “Yellowstone Park,” “Crow Country,” “Big Muddy,” “Bears Paw,” “Escape,” “Sitting Bull’s Village,” “Going Home,” “Home?,” “Lapwai,” “Weddings,” “Agency Life,” “Father Returns,” “Special Agent Fletcher,” “Betrayed”

Descriptions: Juvenile fiction, fictionalized description of the Nez Perce War and journey to the reservation told from the perspective of Chief Joseph’s 12-year-old daughter.

Keywords: Fiction, 19th Century History, Historical Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Chief Joseph, Nez Perce War, Novels, Literature

 

 

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