PathFinders Novels

Name Your Mountain is an action-packed sports novel whose earnest, hard-working, smart, and loyal lead character helps his friends, speaking to the intensity of teenage friendships.

-Camille-Yvette Welsch, Foreword Reviews

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We heard a loud crashing sound and froze. Shattered glass flew from the coach’s office and onto the court. Lloyd’s dad still held the chair he used to break the window. He turned and faced Coach Robison.

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Book 1 in the No Name series. Abandoned by his mother, Bobby Byington is left alone with his mean-spirited, abusive father. The one place the teen can find peace is on the neighborhood basketball court.

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Autumn Dawn is sick of being bullied at school. It’s not her fault that she doesn’t learn as fast as the other kids or that she speaks a little differently. Her home life isn’t much better.

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Fifteen-year-old Mark Centeno Mark begins the training and other preparations necessary for him to compete as a dancer in one of America’s largest powwows.

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Congratulations to Gary Robinson, 2019 winner of Moonbeams Children's Book Gold award for Mature Issues and and voted

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Follow Travis Hawk on a cross-country trek as he escapes a world of brutality and uncertainty and puts his trust,and even his very life, in the hands of total strangers.

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Discover what happens when Danny gets involved in a secret plan to rescue bison from Yellowstone National Park and discovers something important about himself in the process.

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After a bad car accident, Jason sees himself only as someone who will always be paralyzed, but when he becomes part of the Raven Canoe Family and learns to “pull” a canoe, his outlook on life begins to change.

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“Though dramatic threads of family alcoholism, domestic violence, and bullying introduced in previous stories are mentioned, they take second team to the overarching stand-alone theme of ‘always trying to do what's right.’ The boys of team Achukma

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This work of historical fiction is based on the true, inspiring story of the early education of Seneca leader Ely Parker. Hasanoanda was his Indian name, but in mission school he became “Ely.”

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Hardcover edition

$16.95

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