She left her birth home to learn the ways of the woods in Forest Song: Finding Home. She grew into her powers as protector of the denizens of the forest in Forest Song: Little Mother. And now, Judy Baumann faces the horrors of World War II: the concentration camps, Jewish ghettos, and the other persecution of the Jews.
Join Judy as she struggles to survive death-defying challenges, overcoming betrayal and loss with courage, cleverness and humor.
One reader says:
“Amazing but true. SpiderHawk has again written an outstanding novel that touches the very core of loss, yearing, learning and beginnings.
“It has been my privilege to own all of Vila SpiderHawk’s wonderful books and this one, as I myself am getting on in years, touched a deep vein of recognition in me. It deals with loss, new beginnings and blossoming awareness of ability and truths.
“As with all her work, Vila SpiderHawk’s ability to bring the reader deep within, with her color descriptions is an utter joy. This is a truly inspiring novel and I highly recommned it to anyone. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again…Vila just gets better! Of all her novels, this one touched me to my very soul. There were times when I smiled, times I associated closely with the characters and times when I cried in sympathy, because always, there is somewhere a place that we too have visited. In this, her most recent book, I was drawn into her web and held utterly spellbound from start to finish.” – J.H.G.