The journey out west was supposed to be the hard part, but now that the Codys have settled, life is more difficult than ever. Sure, they get to celebrate the Fourth of July with Kickapoo Indians. And Bill does get to visit Fort Leavenworth and ride Prince, the fastest horse in the west.
But plowing the fields is more work than Bill ever thought a body could do. And even worse, the border ruffians are determined to get the Codys out of Kansas. With his family in serious danger, Bill has no choice but to grow up fast and act like the man he always dreamed he could be.
The second book in an ongoing adventure series about young Buffalo Bill, "One Sky Above Us sweeps readers back into the exciting and troubled world of America's frontier past.
|Library Binding Book, 192 pages||English|
|HarperCollins Publishers (Unknown)||Unknown|
|9780060291204||5.50 x 8.68 x 0.76 inches|
|19th Century Children's Books|