Wheezer and the Shy Coyote Some scenes not suitable for readers under Ideal for mature middle grade readers to adult anyone interested in Native American history Right on the heals of the first book in the Mysteries from the

  • Title: Wheezer and the Shy Coyote
  • Author: Kitty Sutton
  • ISBN: B009J60WOU
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Paperback
  • Some scenes not suitable for readers under 12 Ideal for mature middle grade readers to adult anyone interested in Native American history.Right on the heals of the first book in the Mysteries from the Trail of Tears series, we continue to follow Sasa, a young Cherokee girl who walked the Trial with her family.As the People settled into Indian Territory, having survivedSome scenes not suitable for readers under 12 Ideal for mature middle grade readers to adult anyone interested in Native American history.Right on the heals of the first book in the Mysteries from the Trail of Tears series, we continue to follow Sasa, a young Cherokee girl who walked the Trial with her family.As the People settled into Indian Territory, having survived the forced march, the disease ridden supplies and stolen food, a new and insidious enemy threatened them an enemy in a jug.A conspiracy between soldiers, shopkeepers and others introduced whiskey to the displaced men, incapacitating them and causing the decay of their burgeoning quality of life in the newly defined Territory When Sasa and her friends investigate, their lives are threatened.Into this intrigue comes Coyote, half Lakota and half Blackfoot, forced to live on the fringe of society among his mother s people Dishonored and distrusted, Coyote comes to the Territory to seek answers from other tribes, and from the Creator, to find his purpose in life One purpose just might be to save Sasa s life.And what about Wheezer s new friend, a wild coyote Sasa calls Yellow Eyes

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    1. REVIEW: Wheezer and the Sly Coyote, by Kitty SuttonThis is the second book of this series and follows the characters from the first book from where it left off. They are now on the trail of the whiskey trade that even today decimates the viability and survival of the First Nation. The story speaks for itself. Those appointed to protect the Indians and insure the terms of the New Echota Treaty saw an opportunity for improving their own wealth and with few exceptions joined the Whiskey Trade. This [...]

    2. Wheezer and the Shy Coyote“Greed is a sickness it is hard to get cured of,” Lucius, one of the heroes of Kitty Sutton’s most delightful and poignant Wheezer and the Shy Coyote quotes his mother in Chapter 13 as he comments on members of the U.S. Army who are running whiskey illegally to Cherokee Indians in the Indian Territory they have been displaced to after having been marched across the country with barely any provisions with not a thought to their well-being after their land had been [...]

    3. "Wheezer and the Shy Coyote" is a fictional story written on a platform of historical non-fiction. The story begins in the present, as tourists explore an old fort museum at Fort Smith, Arkansas. During the exploration, and quite by accident, an artifact is discovered. As the guide explains the history of the artifact, the story unfolds in the 1840's, during a period called the "Whisky Wars". It is at this point of time, the story begins.The American Indians, and in this story, the Cherokee peop [...]

    4. This is the second in the series of books featuring Cherokee Sasa and her doggy friend Wheezer. This time they are trying to solve the mystery of who is selling whiskey to the Cherokees. With the help of Coyote, a half Lakota, half Lakota and a wild coyote Sasa has named Yellow eyes - it's not long before she finds herself over her head and in very real danger. With two Native Indians already dead, can Sasa and Wheezer solve the mystery before anymore lives are lost?I really enjoyed the first Wh [...]

    5. Kitty Sutton has done it again. Having read and enjoyed "Wheezer and the Painted Frog" I was expecting a great deal from her second book and was not disappointed. "Wheezer and the Shy Coyote" picks up where the first book left off. The survivors of the Trail of Tears and its immediate aftermath are now faced with The Whiskey Wars. It is a dark time for Native Americans and a historical black eye for anyone loving freedom and justice.As in her first book Kitty's story revolves around most of the [...]

    6. I used to think that I was a sensitive person that could control his outpour of emotions easily. This book proved me wrong, especially after having read the previous book by Kitty Sutton -- Wheezer and the Painted Frog.The plight of the American Indian during their forced move to their government sponsored ghetto - concentration camp -- no other way to call it -- was very well conveyed. The use of alcohol to subdue this entire nation is well explained in the story, so much that it surpassed the [...]

    7. When I read Mrs Sutton's first book, I felt carried away to the great expanses of the West, and to a genre I always loved. She recreates this magic atmosphere in her second book, where on one side we can live the excitement of the expansion toward new territories, of the civilization expanding west, while on the other we are made witnesses of the ongoing tragedy of the Cherokee and the other tribes that, like them, have been forced to leave their ancestors' land. A tragedy of which the trail of [...]

    8. Wheezer And The Shy Coyote by Kitty SuttonThis is the second book by Ms. Sutton I have read. For the second times she has managed to shared a story to keep our interest while educating us about a sad time in history.As the story opens we are introduced to a coyote that happens to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. Soon, Ms. Sutton has us feeling in depth the confusion and sadness of loosing a life-long mate.Sasa and Wheezer (the dog) don’t realized they are being watched, or should I say [...]

    9. I read "Wheezer and the Painted Frog" and had to start the second book "Wheezer and the Shy Coyote" the following day. The mistreatment of Native Americans is a black mark on our country that should never be forgotten. The greed, prejudice and torture of the People did not stop after they were driven from their homes to unfamiliar country. Whiskey became another weapon in the fight against the red man.The author expresses the story in a way the reader can sympathize with the People's plight whil [...]

    10. Sorry guys, I went ahead and gave my own opinion and rated my own book. I have already explained what it is about, but I thought I may as well say how I feel. Thanks Kitty Sutton

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