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Caleb's Crossing is a Journey Worth Taking

Folks interested in trying out a new culture, a new identity just might get their adventure fix by reading Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks. The book tells the journey of Caleb, a member of the Wampanoag Indian tribe that resides on Martha’s Vineyard in 1665 who becomes the first Native American to graduate from Harvard.  Read more >

Caleb's Crossing: A Darned Good Puritan Novel

In 1665, the first Native American graduated from Harvard College. Rather than speculating on that story, Geraldine Brooks creates a work of fiction involving the characters that may have surrounded this young man's life. At the center of the story is Bethia, the daughter of a minister, torn between her understanding of the world as she sees it and her father's teachings.  Read more >

Caleb's Crossing is a Heartwarming Story of Friendship

When I first picked up the book, Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks, I was not sure if I'd like it. As each page I turned, the more engrossed in the book I had became. The story is in the viewpoint of Bethia, who befriends a Indian boy that lives on the same island as her. It describes their lives, how they were intertwined from the start.  Read more >

Poetry and Prose in Caleb's Crossing

Bethia Mayfield is an intellectual butterfly trapped in the net of her father's ideology. Caleb's Crossing written by Geraldine Brooks is the tale of Puritan life on a small island off the coast of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The story is narrated by Bethia Mayfield, a frustrated adolescent hungry for knowledge and learning who strikes an unlikely friendship with a Native American boy she names Caleb.  Read more >

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