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Child of Fire
O'DELL, Scott

Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1974.1st prtg.. 8vo. Red cloth. 213 p. Fine in lt.soiled d/j. [12379] (show more)

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A parole officer relates his efforts to keep the violence and heroics of two young Chicanos under control, beginning with his first encounter with Manuel Castillo, when rthe boy was kneeling in the bullring as the bull charged him.

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The Dark Canoe
O'DELL, Scott

Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968.1st prtg. B/w illus Milton Johnson. 8vo. Green cloth. 165 p. Fine in near Fine d/j. [12380] (show more)

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Young Nathan sails from Nantucket with his brothers for discoverfacts behind sinking of the Amy Foster. Brother Jeremy dies mysteriously, brother Caleb is the victim of a kind of madness, believing he is Ahab, straight out of Moby Dick.

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Journey to Jericho
O'DELL, Scott

B/w illustrations with rust accents by Leonard Weisgard. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1969. Small 4to. Pictorial cloth. 39 p. 1st edition. Fine in lightly worn d/j, . [12384] (show more)

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Journey begins in poor mining country of West Virginia and ends in a California lumber camp. It is also the story of the thirty-third jar of Grandma May's famous watermelon pickles.

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The Treasure of Topo-El-Bampo
O'DELL, Scott

Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1972.1st prtg. B/w illus. with brown/tan accents by Lynd Ward. Sm.4to.Tan Illus. cloth. 47 p. Fine in lt.worn/soiled d/j, 1" mark from sticker frt.. [12386] (show more)

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Story of the poorest village in all of Mexico 200 years ago and three brothers who were eager to get as much silver from the Mexican earth and into their own pockets and the treasure chests of the King of Spain, no matter the consequence to man or beast, and how Father Bruno attempts to save the villagers from starvation and the slavery of the silver mines.

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Zia
O'DELL, Scott

Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1976.1st prtg.. 8vo.Dark green cloth. 179 p. Near Fine in lt.soiled d/j . [12387] (show more)

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Young Indian girl caught between traditional world of her mother and the present world of the Mission, is helped by her aunt Karana, whose story was told in the Island of Blue Dolphins.

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The Dark Canoe
O'DELL, Scott

Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968.1st prtg. Signed by the author. B/w illus Milton Johnson. 8vo. Green cloth. 165 p. Fine in near Fine , price clipped, d/j. [13553] (show more)

Price: $35.00

Young Nathan sails from Nantucket with his brothers for discoverfacts behind sinking of the Amy Foster. Brother Jeremy dies mysteriously, brother Caleb is the victim of a kind of madness, believing he is Ahab, straight out of Moby Dick.

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Sing Down the Moon
O'DELL, Scott

Boston: Houghton Mifflin, (1970). 4th printing. 8vo. 137 p. Brown cloth. Very good in moderately worn d/j. [6335] (show more)

Price: $14.00

Spring of 1864 in the Canyon de Chelly, and the effect of Spanish slavers and white soldiers as seen through the eyes of a young Navaho girl, as the Navaho are forced to join their Indian brothers on the devasting long march to Fort Sumner.

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