Wabi: A Hero's Tale by Joseph BruchacWabi: A Hero's Tale by Joseph Bruchac

Wabi: A Hero's Tale

byJoseph Bruchac

Paperback | October 4, 2007

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Wabi was born an owl—a great horned owl who grew to become such a strong, confident creature that he was afraid of nothing. But now he is afraid. He fears that he might never win the heart of the girl he loves. Somehow, despite his own intentions, he has fallen in love with a girl—a beautiful, headstrong human girl. And so he begins the adventure of his life. He shape-shifts into human form in order to be with her. But before he can win her love, he must face an even greater challenge in a land he comes to think of as the Valley of Monsters.

A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year

* "Wabi's inquisitive and endearing personality will charm readers." —School Library Journal, starred review 

About The Author

Joseph Bruchac is a highly acclaimed children's book author, poet, novelist and storyteller, as well as a scholar of Native American culture. Coauthor with Michael Caduto of the bestselling Keepers of the Earth series, Bruchac's poems, articles and stories have appeared in hundreds of publications, from Akwesasne Notes and American Poe...

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Title:Wabi: A Hero's TaleFormat:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 8.2 × 5.5 × 0.5 inPublished:October 4, 2007Publisher:Penguin Young Readers GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0142409472

ISBN - 13:9780142409473

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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"Bruchac, in top form here, crafts an exhilarating journey tale . . . readers won't be able to turn the pages fast enough." —Kirkus Reviews

"Bruchac's storytelling skills are on full display in this tale introducing an owl narrator...His tale agilely balances suspense, humor, and romance." —Publishers Weekly

"It is a welcome addition to the growing genre of Native American fiction for teens." —VOYA