Book List:10 titles
  • Set in 16th century America, this richly imagined and gorgeously written rite-of-passage story has the gravity of legend . . . Dorris once again demonstrates that he is a brilliant and deeply humane writer whose words can show you something you have ...



  • Ten years after his "dazzling" (San Francisco Chronicle), "unforgettable" (Newsday) bestselling debut novel, A Yellow Raft in Blue Water, Michael Dorris returns to the family at the core of that work to write the rich score of the "full-blown, comple...


  • THE FIRST THANKSGIVING? Moss's father has invited outsiders to the harvest feast -- strangers who dress oddly and speak a weird language, and who are bound to spoil everyone's fun. So Moss and a girl named Trouble decide to run away into the forest ...


  • The celebrated author of the bestselling A Yellow Raft in Blue Water dazzles readers once again with his newest work of fiction, a collection of 14 beautifully crafted short stories, each one about a working man. 50,000 sold in hardcover. "First rate...


  • The controversial national bestseller that received unprecedented media attention, sparked the nation's interest in the plight of children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, and touched a nerve in all of us. Winner of the 1989 National Book Critics Circle ...


  • Starting in the present and moving backward in time, this is the thrice-told tale of the three women...15-year-old part-black Rayona, searching for a way to find herself...her American Indian mother, Christine, consumed by both tenderness and resentm...


    • / Historical Romance
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    A very pregnant anthropologist finds the diary of Columbus in the basement of the Dartmouth library and travels to the Bahamas with her lover and son to find what the diary refers to as "the greatest treasure of Europe." Reprint. NYT. ...


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    The award-winning author of A Yellow Raft in Blue Water presents a tale based on an entry in the diary of Christopher Columbus that tells of a native family living in a vibrant community striving to coexist with the natural world....






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    In his first contemporary book for young readers, Michael Dorris introduces readers to 11-year-old Rayona Taylor--part black, part Indian--and shows the events that shaped this unforgettable young woman. After being placed in foster care, Rayona goes...