- 3284 Words
- Ages 14 and up
Kee.á, a Native American girl, sets out on a spirit journey to seek her father in the wilderness of the Pacific North West.
The Huldu Woman
In the Faroes, before the Norse settlers arrived, there was another people, the Huldu folk living there. They were tall slender with black hair and clad in grey. They could make themselves and their dwellings disappear and reappear.
Lotta of the Wild Horses
Imagine deeptime, when there were no people, only birds, furry creatures, and horses, wild horses.
Keywords: Girl, Spirit Bear, Shamanic Belief, Nth Pacific Coast, Huldu Folk, the other world, deeptime, wildhorses