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Reviewed by Michelle Robertson for Readers' Favorite
Come visit the double-dealing world of Michael Prairie Cub. Born of pioneer parents, Michael was orphaned on the prairie at the age of three. An Indian by the name of Thunder Eagle took him in and raised him as his own, even though his ancestry was White. Many seasons later, the fate and old way of life of the Indian tribe is in danger, and Thunder Eagle must make the decision to have his adopted son return to the world he was born into.
Summer of Two Worlds by J. Arthur Moore is a humbling story based on historical facts of the Sioux Indian tribe. The story introduces readers to the Sioux, the beginning of the railroad, soldiers, mountain life, cultural differences, and the trading activities of that era. Author J. Arthur Moore writes a very descriptive, moving story with an easily understood plot. Mr. Moore takes the reader back to a time when the ‘young country’ was officially being formed, during which some awful circumstances and happenstances occurred. The reader must understand the nature of this book is to educate and not discriminate against either race of people involved. The events within the book were actual occurrences in American history.
Being of Native American heritage myself, the book in my opinion was moving, educational, and eye opening to the historical occurrences of the Native American tribes, government soldiers, mountain people, and towns’ people's lifestyles, habits, and different cultures of that era. This book can be used as an educational read for schools and libraries, or for the personal enjoyment of readers interested in historical fiction.