“Donna High Hawk appeared from the kitchen, wearing a white apron and a white he…

“Donna High Hawk appeared from the kitchen, wearing a white apron and a white headwrap, and carrying a chipped, white bowl filled with Cream of Wheat.” 3%

This book…… I’m speechless but I will tell you that I had 2 colleagues put it in their shopping carts the day I told them about it and they are only my first 2 – I will tell everyone about this book! Thankful for book_beat who brought this book into my life! It’s about the journey of 12 year old Odie during the Depression. He and 3 other children flee the Lincoln School, a re-education school for Native Americans in Minnesota and that’s when their adventures began. I went in pretty blind to the story and don’t want to share too much about the plot but it is an EPIC journey. At 15% through, my heart felt squeezed to a pulp and that feeling did not pass until I turned the last page. This book is about family, belonging, discovery, truth and love. It’s about life. There aren’t any words I can write to capture how this book made me feel and think. I just urge you to pick it up and experience it for yourself. It is everything I want as a reader in a book. I know, big statement, right?? All the stars for this book!!!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


14 thoughts on ““Donna High Hawk appeared from the kitchen, wearing a white apron and a white he…”

  1. 😍😍😍 Ahh I love this review and your heart for this story! I’m so glad you connected with it. ❤️

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