Book 3 of the Trilogy. Her mother is Lakota, her father white, and fourteen-year-old Red Dove’s dream is to bring her worlds together. With her grandfather’s medicine pouch, she has survived the cruelties of the Indian boarding school and the tragedy of Wounded Knee. She’s ventured across the ocean to Europe with Annie Oakley in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. Now, in Red Dove, Run Through the Fire, she’s returning to America to find the place where she belongs.
Book 2 of the Trilogy. It’s 1891 and fourteen year-old half-Lakota Red Dove escapes Indigenous boarding school to tour Europe with Annie Oakley and survivors of Wounded Knee in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show. Her grandfather’s medicine pouch has taught her empathy. Now, she must find the courage to speak her truth–and bring her worlds together.
Book 1 of the Trilogy. Abandoned by her white father, thirteen-year-old Red Dove faces another lean winter with her Lakota family on the Great Plains. Spirited and proud, she is presented with a stark choice: leave her people to live in a white world, or stay and watch them starve. Red Dove begins a journey to find her place and discovers that her greatest power comes from within herself.