Walking into the Wild
Three rebellious siblings walk up into the lawless Republic of Vermont in 1782 in search of their captive father—and driving a stubborn cow.
Told with humor and rebellion through the eyes of a 13-year-old girl, Walking into the Wild is also the story of the resilience of early settlers and of a young girl's coming to terms with her conscience, her imperfections, her budding sexuality, and her understanding of human differences.
In part a family legend, it was written with the help of a grant from the Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators.
Originally published by LLDreamspell. New edition of the middle grade novel is an imprint of, Wildcat Books, for the children's book publisher: Prince and Pauper Press.
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