The Plain Prairie Princess
by Stephen Bly
Retta Barre's family is left alone in the middle of the prairie, away from the wagon train. They face one life-threatening danger after another and Retta's in the middle of them all. She's even mistaken as an Indian girl in her buckskin dress and moccasins as she encounters horse thieves, prairie pirates, and an army troop. But her friends consider her a heroine and princess of the prairie.