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Publisher Description

An absorbing, well-researched story of two 15-year-old Hopi Indian boys, Walker Talayesva and Tag, who travel 800 years back in time to their ancestral home. ALA 1994 Best Books for Young Adults.

GENRE
Kids
RELEASED
1993
May 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
214
Pages
PUBLISHER
Roberts Rinehart
SELLER
The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group
SIZE
2.4
MB
AUDIENCE
Grades 5-17

Customer Reviews

Yellowspacelizard ,

Time Travel

I read this book in 7th grade Adventure By Novel class. It is worth the money. It is not all History, there is Tag that brings lightness to the story.
Sure, it's about time travel, I'm not into time travel. But this is really good.
It starts with a boy ("Walker", hence the name of the story) that goes into a cave with a stranger, more Modern boy, named Tag, lightning strikes and they get zapped to the past. There's a bad guy, a plot twist, and travel (not "time", more "hiking"). I don't remember the Indian's tribe name, but it is a real tribe. I guess it's a story about why they left without a trace. There is a lot of Names (Indian) you have to remember though.

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