Tales of Tuffy: Adventures of a Native American Boy Valerie Lee

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Tales of Tuffy: Adventures of a Native American Boy  by  Valerie Lee

Tales of Tuffy: Adventures of a Native American Boy by Valerie Lee
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This book includes five stories written especially with children in mind, although, I hope The Tales of Tuffy stories will be enjoyed by readers of all ages. These stories introduce us to a Lakota Indian tribe, happy, healthy and prosperous. The starMoreThis book includes five stories written especially with children in mind, although, I hope The Tales of Tuffy stories will be enjoyed by readers of all ages.

These stories introduce us to a Lakota Indian tribe, happy, healthy and prosperous. The star of these stories is Thunder Rider, a five-year-old boy, who was nicknamed Tuffy by his grandfather. In these stories, I wanted to show Tuffy as a typical little boy who liked to learn and explore everything. From the moment I conceived the idea of writing these stories, I wanted the main character to learn many lessons resulting from the choices he makes and the actions he takes.

These tales reflect fictitious adventures that a Native American child may have experienced a very long time ago. The lessons learned still ring true today within all ethnic groups, and perhaps for all times.ABOUT THE AUTHOR:I live in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, and for over twenty-three years, I have worked for the Federal Government. My favorite hobby is to read as much as I can. I am a mother with a pre-teen daughter. I am an ex-military dependent and traveled to many places as a child and teen. My favorite stop was when we lived in Kaiserslautern, Germany in the late sixties.

I wrote a poem about leaving Germany and how much I would miss it when I was sixteen years old. I still have that poem, and would say that by writing that poem, I acquired the incentive to write with a purpose. I have been writing on and off ever since.I chose to write about a little Indian boy, because of all the romance novels I have read and enjoyed that featured Indian characters. In reading the stories, I learned to admire the way the Native Americans lived in unity and harmony with the land. I could always imagine the adventures they must have had, especially as young children.

I am very proud of my TUFFY stories, because I feel they are universal and can be enjoyed by all ethnic groups. I hope the readers find them entertaining, interesting and informative. Readers must keep in mind that my stories are fictional.



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