Caje Amis and his father are mountain folk -- they live off the land and have few interactions with more sophisticated people. But at the onset of an especially harsh winter, the two take shelter with distant relatives. The adjustment to their new life is an easy one for Caje, but impossible for his father, and the elder Amis ends up abandoning his son and vanishing into the cold. Winner of Lewis Carroll Shelf Award.
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Hardcover published in 1954 0-15-298034-2
Previous paperback edition 1990 0-15-298037-7
William O. Steele (1917-1979) published thirty-nine books over his long career, many of them award winners. A native of Franklin, Tennessee, he set many of his historical adventures in the hills and valleys where he grew up.
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