Friday, December 16, 2011

Book Review: The Boy Who Flew With Eagles, By Ben Woodard

The Boy Who Flew With EaglesBy: Ben Woodard

When Naa'ki is kidnapped by a desperate mother eagle, he must find a way to feed her children before he becomes their meal.

The Boy Who Flew With Eagles is a short story focused on the use of natural resources and told in the manner of a Native American legend. It contains some dangerous activities, mildly gruesome injuries, and the death
of animals, but no profanity or sexual content.The writing includes some redundant descriptions/words, and some inconsistency in vocabulary choices. This book is aimed at middle school age readers.

Best Blogger Tips


  1. I remember reading books similar to this one when I was younger. Although I haven't read this particular one, I'll definitely check it out. Thanks for the recommendation!

  2. Great work sarah. You are fantastic.


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...