Traveling with a native tribe is definitely a privilege. It's a great educational experience, too. One can learn so many different ways to survive outdoors comfortably, watching the way they do things in a different way than others do. The way they hunt, set up camp, tell stories around the campfire every night, they way they can move and blend in with their surroundings. And most importantly, they way they avoid attack. When Shujaa, the chief's daughter, goes missing, no one expects her, of all people, to get lost amidst the fighting between a gang of white men who have been pursuing the tribe. Will Yellow-Feather the eagle be able to help find her in time? About the Author: Hope Lelieveld is fifteen years old at the time of this writing. She lives in Grey County, ON, with her mother and sisters, and enjoys attending church. She works for her grandpa at his business, and is currently being homeschooled. Her favourite subjects are History and French. She loves reading and swimming. She also loves children.