Books tagged: ojibwa

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Salt for the Journey: (Humor, Tragedy, Acts of Bravery)
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 4,890. Language: English. Published: December 13, 2010. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
Salt for the Journey includes: Fall of Brother Moon Two moons once orbited the earth-–till one dreamed of greatness. Shingebiss From an Ojibwa tale. The North Wind bullies everyone. But a brown duck isn’t afraid. Noble Myra and her squadron just try to help. Will they save a murderous brute? The Sleeper King Eduardo worked hard sorting the mail. Till he took a nap that lasted 10,000 years.
The Treasure of Namakagon
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 117,630. Language: English. Published: April 2, 2011. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Historical
A twisting, turning, thrilling "lumberjack" adventure that takes place during the northern Wisconsin timber boom of the 1880s. Tor Loken, son of a lumber camp owner, and his mentor, Chief Namakagon, join with the lumberjacks from their camp to foil a ruthless timber tycoon and protect the secret silver mine—a mine that truly existed and has yet to be rediscovered. Recommended by Michael Perry.
The Mida
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 86,460. Language: American English. Published: May 7, 2014. Category: Fiction » Cultural & ethnic themes » Cultural interest, general
The Mida is a mystically-powerful, time-traveling carnival, a place for its people to hide from the world until they have to face the reality of their pasts. The first book in an eight book series, finds Mesa back in 1952 Farmingdale, IA. There she must deal with a murder, her now-grown son who thought she was dead, and Jiibay, a dark Ojibwa spirit set on taking over the carnival.
Bearwalker Alibi
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 78,290. Language: English. Published: September 14, 2014. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Courtroom
Does evil have rights? Can an old Ojibwa myth be accepted as a defense in a murder trial on Ontario’s Manitoulin Island? Dead is a sleazy young German man who came to Manitoulin to distribute Ecstasy to Great Lakes cities in the U.S. He fled Germany and his ties to Biker and Drug cultures rather than testify in a gang trial in Dresden. The only witness is Dr. Mary Fraser, an Ojibwa.