After two summer adventures dealing with life-threatening danger and unsavory characters, cousins Will and Michael have made a pact that this summer will be one of relaxation. But intrigue has a will of its own and refuses to stay away from the pair’s time together in Canada’s Discovery Island.
An invitation from family friends for a week on their cruiser takes the teens much farther north from their former Quadra Island haunts, where they have wonderful wildlife viewing. Inexplicably, an enormous eagle keeps showing up. Is he leading them on? Is another adventure in the offing?
On an isolated islet in the remote Broughton archipelago, they find rare evidence of a legend from the Haida people. After sharing their discovery with the native elders, they learn the significance of their amazing encounter with the past.
In A Case of Haida History, Bruce Bradburn blends modern-day adventures of teenagers with an old Haida legend in a meaningful message of stewardship of this beautiful corner of the world. Readers of all ages will find the tale enlightening and delightful.