This tender land / William Kent Krueger.
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|Hallock Public Library||BOOK-ON-CD KRU (Text)||35500006337271||New||On holds shelf||-|
|Red Lake Falls Public Library||BOOK-ON-CD KRU (Text)||35500005628795||New||In transit||-|
|Detroit Lakes Public Library||CD TALKING BOOK KRU (Text)||33500013123112||Main||In transit||-|
|Moorhead Public Library||CD TALKING BOOK KRU (Text)||33500013123120||Main||On holds shelf||-|
- ISBN: 9781470391300
- ISBN: 1470391309
- ISBN: 9781980057703
- Physical Description: 13 audio discs (14 hr., 15 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Edition: Unabridged.
- Publisher: Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, 
- Copyright: ℗2019
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|Participant or Performer Note:||
Narrated by Scott Brick.
1932: Located on the banks of the Gilead River in Minnesota, Lincoln School is home to hundreds of Native American boys and girls who have been separated from their families. The only two white boys in the school are orphan brothers Odie and Albert who, under the watchful eyes of the cruel superintendent Mrs. Brickman, are often in trouble for misdeeds both real and imagined. The two boys' best friend is Mose, a mute Native American who is also the strongest kid in school. And they find another ally in Cora Frost, a widowed teacher who is raising her little girl, Emmy, by herself. When tragedy strikes down Mrs. Frost, it's the catalyst for a series of events that will send Odie, Albert, and Mose to rescue Emmy and flee down the river in a canoe, heading for the mighty Mississippi, leaving a dead body in their wake. Soon they are wanted by the law and they know that Mrs. Brickman will stop at nothing to track them down for dark reasons of her own. Over the course of this unforgettable summer, Odie, Albert, Mose, and Emmy carefully make their way through the small river towns and big cities filled with people who are by turns desperate and generous, cruel and kind. As they search for a place to belong, these four remarkable children will lose their innocence but gain the strength to survive in the face of terrible loss.
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