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A sacred Indian pot containing the remains of a spiritual enemy of the Oâ€™otham people is secretly buried over two thousand years ago. It is found by two teenagers after a couple of unscrupulous modern day "pot huntersâ€ lose it. Soon begins a scenario of mystery and intrigue.
(This is a poem I wrote for Mrs. Goldsteinâ€™s English class about that old Indian pot I found--actually, itâ€™s only the first verse.)
By Robert Harkins
Speak to me, oh, pot of mystery,
Speak of savage ghosts and such,
Burning reeds and flaming torches.
Sing the songs of Hohokam--
(Man! Was I embarrassed when I had to read it to the class.)
Jim has been an educator and coach in the Arizona schools for over forty years. He is an avid sportsman who loves to explore on foot and on horseback the deserts and the mountains of the Southwest.
The Shadow Walkers is Jimâ€™s newest young adult novel from Wings ePress, Inc. Night Whisperâ€¦ A Basketball Story has been honored with the prestigious Golden Wings Award. Children Of The Bones will be forthcoming in March.
"This adventure is more than a NIGHT WHISPER. It is a standing ovation for young people who overcome odds. The conversation sparkles; the mystical thread is superb!" -- Phil Mandel, English Chair, Phoenix schools
Night Whisper: "This book has a mystical voice with its lyrical style that weaves a strong mood." -- The Jokker's Lair Studios, literary component
Night Whisper: "Southwest flavor unleashes adventure. What a great sports story about teens... but it is much, much more." -- Jamie Cundiff, agent
The Ghost Dancer, Jim Greenâ€™s best yet, and Iâ€™ve read them all, takes you inside the mind and heart of a young boy and into the mind and heart of the Arizona high country. Itâ€™s an unforgettable tale of courage and just plain pluck. Youâ€™ll find open graves, a Chindii, a bone awl, ancient skulls, bad animals, bad people, bad spirits. Itâ€™s spooky, thrilling, and told by a compelling narrator, young Skeeter Irons, a boy I couldnâ€™t help but love. Jimâ€™s is a voice that makes Arizonans proud. -- Toby Heathcotte, Author and President, Arizona Authors Association
The Ghost Dancer: A five record selection: Another great narrative by an outstanding story teller. This book, written for young adults, will be enjoyed by all readers who love adventure, suspense, and unforgettable encounters. The words of fifteen-year-old Skeeter Irons, the main character, are at times pure poetry. -- The Jokerrâ€™s Lair Studios
Skeeter and Old John in Jim Greenâ€™s newest novel, The Ghost Dancer, might remind one at times of two other famous adventurers. The Grand Canyon to Skeeter is much like the Mississippi River to Huck Finn, and Old John and Ms. Watsonâ€™s Jim both become mentors and father figures along the way. The setting is intriguing, the plot intricate, and the characters unforgettable. -- J. L. Cundiff, Literary Agent
Book Publisher: Wings e Press
No. of Pages: 170
Paper Weight (lb): 7.4
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