Reviewed by AW (age 9)
This book was very interesting. I really enjoyed reading it. I especially liked the book because there was no magic in the book. This story can actually happen in real life and at that time. I found many interesting characters like Omakayas. She is very playful and caring. I especially like when Omakayas helped a little bird that hurt its wing. I liked what she did because I am a bird lover. This book is unique because when you read it because you feel like you are in the story. You won't want to put it down.
I recommend this book to students in the 4th grade or older. It might be a little difficult for a 3rd grader. I also think that students who like to read about history and Indians would like to read this book. It is a good story with Indian facts in it.