Specs: 5 1/2” x 8 1/4” • 200 pp • Further Information Section, Written in Verse, About the Author Section, High / Low Content
HC ed.: 978-1-5383-8256-1 • $19.95 | $14.95
eBook: 978-1-5383-8328-5 • $19.95 | $14.95
Pbk. ed.: 978-1-5383-8255-4 • $12.90 | $10.95
Helen White is out of her element. She's moved with her mother from a white, middle-class neighborhood to a reservation to live with her mother's new boyfriend. Helen starts at the tribal high school, where she feels out of place and lonely. Then she meets King. Helen starts a twisted relationship with King, breaking the mold she's always known, and changing in ways she never thought possible.
About the Author:
Nicole Elizabeth grew up in Central New
York and received a bachelor’s degree in English
and creative writing. She served as an Ameri-Corps volunteer through Jesuit Volunteer Corps
Northwest at Paschal-Sherman Indian School
in Omak, Washington, on the Colville Indian
Reservation. There she fostered significant
relationships with the kids, community members,
and fellow volunteers while teaching and
tutoring in reading.