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by Diane Hicks White

Author: Diane Hicks White
Subcategory: Classics
Language: English
Publisher: AuthorHouse (March 2, 2010)
Pages: 192 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.7
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About the Book " Through The Eyes of a Child," is a fictional side to the true story of the Cherokee Indians plight, being removed from their homeland in which they existed for centuries.

About the Book " Through The Eyes of a Child," is a fictional side to the true story of the Cherokee Indians plight, being removed from their homeland in which they existed for centuries. The Cherokee Nation was forced from their homelands and this story tells how a small loving family dealt with the tragedy they would succumb to on this perilous journey. They travel throu About the Book " Through The Eyes of a Child," is a fictional side to the true story of the Cherokee Indians plight, being removed from their homeland in which they existed for centuries.

About the Book "Through The Eyes of a Child", is a fictional side to the true story of the Cherokee Indians plight, being removed from their homeland in which they existed for centuries. They travel through hazardous conditions.

Diane Dean White is an awesome author and has wonderful recollections of days gone b. A collection of childhood memories of a warm and open countryside from the eyes of a little girl growing up in the city, and experiencing the pure joy of simple living.

A collection of childhood memories of a warm and open countryside from the eyes of a little girl growing up in the city, and experiencing the pure joy of simple living. Vivid images of home life that strengthen family ties. It is stories like these that inspired the famous paintings of Norman Rockwell.

ws: I have to say that this book is extremely well written and, despite it's content, a delightful read.

ws: I have to say that this book is extremely well written and, despite it's content, a delightful rea. .I would highly recommend to anyone who enjoys a good thriller but that can also handle the descriptions of terror felt by an adolescent young girl who has managed to escape from an ordeal so horrible that many of you. I would like to personally thank Al Sundel for taking the time to write a book of a harsh nature. He will likely be criticized.

Through the Eyes of a Child" is a single from the German band Reamonn. The song is from their fifth studio album, Reamonn. It was released on October 10, 2008, in Germany by Universal under the Island label. In the video, one sees the world, but drawn by children, and it is being destroyed and getting worse and worse. Parents are shown quarrelling, while whole woods are being cleared, military tanks are shooting, and icebergs are defrosting due to global warming.

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Darker times will come and go Times you need to see her smile And mothers' hands are warm and mild I would rather feel this world through the skin of a child Through the skin of a child. When a human strokes your skin That is when you let them in Let them in before they go I would rather feel alive with a childlike soul With a childlike soul. Hey oh, oh hey Oh hey Ah-ah hey Oh hey Hey oh, oh hey Oh hey Ah-ah hey Oh hey Please don't leave me here. About Through the Eyes of a Child

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About the Book " Through The Eyes of a Child," is a fictional side to the true story of the Cherokee Indians plight, being removed from their homeland in which they existed for centuries. The Cherokee Nation was forced from their homelands and this story tells how a small loving family dealt with the tragedy they would succumb to on this perilous journey. They travel through hazardous conditions. Through all the hardships of family loss, a young child, Little Bird grows from the wisdom taught from her grandmother and mother whose lives become joined with their Great Spirit. Little Bird becomes an icon of strength for her people. Filled with great wisdom and the knowledge of storytelling Little Bird gives the Cherokee Nation a perseverance of faith, and the ideal to never to give up. I have had many friends and family members who have constantly encouraged me to tell this story. The plight of this brave Cherokee Nation will always be remembered. In creating the character of Little Bird and her family I feel that I have given reality to this Trail of Tears that it deserves. I viewed myself as a member of the Cherokee People and wondered what it must have been like traveling so far each day, seeing hunger, disease, treacherous abuse, rape of women and children, these elements attacking this mighty people and watching so many people die before your eyes.