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Bruchac, Joseph.
New York : HarperCollins, 2009
IL 5-8, RL 4.7
ISBN 0061123188
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13 yr old Paul is sent to live with his Grandpa when his parents are deployed to the Middle East. Thus starts the adventures Paul encounters with his grandfather, an elder of the Abenaki tribe. Grampa is well skilled at communicating without having to say much. This skill comes in handy when the two are kidnapped and forced to be a guide through the Mount Washington wilderness by the host and producer of an ancient mysteries t.v. style show. The kidnappers are determined to find an ancient cultural treasure that legend believes is guarded by Pmola, a winged mythic beast. Is there such a treasure? Does Pmola really exist? How do Paul and Grandpma plot their escape when they are watched so closely? Discover the answers and much more in Night Wings.  (New Hampshire Great Stone Face nominee, 2011)
SUBJECTS:     Abenaki Indians -- Fiction.
                        Indians of North America -- Northeastern States -- Fiction.
                        Monsters -- Fiction.
                        Washington, Mount (N.H.) -- Fiction.

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