Son of the Salmon People
by Hubert Evans
"Best of all, what Son of the Salmon People says about racism and conservation, personal integrity and social responsibility is a natural part of a suspenseful story, not a moral appendix."
Book DescriptionThis is the widely praised juvenile equivalent of Evans' classic novel of Indian-white relations, Mist on the River. Hal, a modern Indian youth, must confront a business man over a logging operation that threatens his village's traditional salmon stream. A murder suspect and a mysterious dog enliven this fascinating novel of conscience for young readers.