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A PathFInders Hi-Lo Novel. This story examines the effects of bullying on teens and emphasizes acceptance of those who are different. In Book Two of the Sydney's Journey series, Sydney is still working through her guilt over being a bully at her previous school on the White Earth Reservation. When she accidently takes a punch in the face that was aimed at her gay friend, everyone expects her to fight back, but her response is totally unexpected. Bullies can change, as Sydney proves at her new school. Can Sydney help her best friend heal an old friendship by demonstrating forgiveness?
Kim Sigafus, an award-winning Ojibwa writer and photographer, is also a Illinois Humanities Road Scholar speaker. Jer family is from the White Earth Indian Reservation in northwest Minnesota. She is also the author of three PathFinders novels, Nowhere to Hide, Autumn's Dawn, and Finding Grace, and the coauthor of Native Writers: Voices of Power and Native Elders: Sharing Their Wisdom. She now resides with her husband in Freeport, Illinois.