A delightfully written fictional, but historically accurate account of life among the Kumeyaay Indians whose villages were in the mountains, foothills, and valleys of San Diego County among oak groves. In the first of two tales, a white boy is adopted into a band and must learn the ways of the Kumeyaay. In the second story, a young girl learns about the plants and animals from her “herbwoman” mother and finds the limitation of natural healing with the introduction of white man’s diseases.
Author: Garner A. Palenske
Wyatt Earp is famous for his years as a fearless lawman who, during his stint in Tombstone, AZ from 1879-1882, faced down desperate outlaws at the O.K. Corral. Here the …$ 39.95 Add to cart
Author: Cheryl Klein
The Commuters is a novel composed of intersecting stories about people who live in Los Angeles. From an immigrant garment worker, struggling to exist in an often cruel city, to …$ 12.95 Add to cart