The Final Resting Place:The Journey of One Deer
By Sunnie Day
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Published: Aug. 05, 2012
Words: 8,517 (approximate)
Daya is a young White Tail deer, left orphaned in the North Carolina mountains. She finds friends and adventures along the Cherokee Trail, bringing her to her final resting place.
Daya is a young White Tail deer, left orphaned in the North Carolina mountains. She finds friends and adventures along the Cherokee trail, bringing her to the final resting place.
This story is narrated by Daya, as seen through her eyes.
There are other characters who will delight you. Finley, an older doe who becomes her protector, Awinita, her fawn, Enyota, the mighty buck.
The humans she meets along the way are called hunters but she learns that not all humans are alike.
There is Dahlas, an elderly woman who displays kindness, Nathan and his grandpa who enrich her life, teaching her about the heart of the human spirit.
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