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The Trail Book

Mary Hunter Austin

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .The Stick was no liar, he said; it was he who had lied to them; he had let them think that this was his father's Stick. It was a new stick much more powerful, as he would yet show them. And who was he to make it talk when it would not? Yet it would talk soon...very soon...he had heard it whispering... Let them not vex the Stick lest it speak strange and unthought-of things...

"Oh, but he was well called 'The Wonderful.' I could see the heads of the tribesmen lifting like wolves taking a new scent, and mothers tighten their clutch on their children. Also I saw Opata. Him I watched, for he smelt of mischief. His water-basket was beside him, and as the people turned from baiting Taku-Wakin to believing him, I saw Opata push the bottle secretly with his spear-butt. It rolled into the cleared space toward Taku-Wakin, and the grass ball which stopped its mouth fell out unnoticed.But no water came out!

"Many of the waters of the Swamp were bitter and caused sickn. . . Read More

Community Reviews

What if that terrible movie Night at the Museum had been originally been a children's book written for adults?

Well, it pretty much was. In The Trail Book the exhibits from the Museum come to life after closing for two children and tell them the stories of their frozen moments preserved behin