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The Boy From Pickerel Lake | A Dakota Story

$11.95
An inspiring tale about a young Dakota basketball player whose determination and courage lead him through adversities. Set in 1930's South Dakota.
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 By Steve Barse, Illustrated by Patrick Rolo

 


This book is a fictionalized biography about a young Native boy who becomes a star basketball player while growing up in South Dakota. He escapes the oppressive environment of a Bureau of Indian affairs boarding school to become a hometown basketball star at a white public school. This tale, set in the early 1930s, is a story of courage and determination in overcoming adversity. Based on the life of the author's father.


Paperback

72 Pages

3 B&W Photos

Large print

Size: 9" x 6"


About the Author: Steve Barse, from Norman, Oklahoma, is a Kiowa/Wichita/Dakota Native man who has been writing short stories since he was in high school over 50 years ago.

 By Steve Barse, Illustrated by Patrick Rolo

 


This book is a fictionalized biography about a young Native boy who becomes a star basketball player while growing up in South Dakota. He escapes the oppressive environment of a Bureau of Indian affairs boarding school to become a hometown basketball star at a white public school. This tale, set in the early 1930s, is a story of courage and determination in overcoming adversity. Based on the life of the author's father.


Paperback

72 Pages

3 B&W Photos

Large print

Size: 9" x 6"


About the Author: Steve Barse, from Norman, Oklahoma, is a Kiowa/Wichita/Dakota Native man who has been writing short stories since he was in high school over 50 years ago.

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