TO BE A WARRIOR
By Robert Barlow Fox
A FOCUS ON NAVAJO "CODE-TALKING"
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Clay Walker is a Navajo boy who is taught the old ways of his people. He dreams of being a warrior, but is told that there are no more wars and there are no more warriors. He is selected to be one of the "code talkers" in the Marine Corps and becomes disillusioned with his dream.
THE MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW says: "...a deeply engaging, wonderfully crafted, highly recommended novel."
BOOKLIST reported: "...the action, the adventure, and the remarkable code-talking aspect will justifiably attract readers."
Robert Barlow Fox served in the Navy in the Pacific and the Army in Europe. He was also a missionary for three years among the Maori people of New Zealand. He earned Bachelor and Masters degrees and did other graduate studies at the University of Utah and Utah State University and is now a retired educator. He is a member of the Society of Childrenís Book Writers and Illustrators and has published short stories, articles, poetry, and essays in many magazines and journals. He also won three Freedomís Foundation Awards. One, an essay on Abraham Lincoln, was read into the Congressional Record by then Senator Wallace F. Bennet of Utah.
Robert Fox is also the author of THE BOY WHO HEARS MUSIC, INHERITED FAMILY, and THE SEEKER, all from Sunstone Press.
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