About Joelle's life before she was found as a scrawny five-year-old, there isn't a lot known. But when her weird classmate, Carlos, tells her she looks like a girl in an old painting of Narragansett Indians, Joelle is surprised by a flicker of recognition. Carlos leads her to the ancient Crying Rocks, where the howling winds are thought to be the spirit voices of children long ago flung to an early death. The terrible story draws Joelle into the downdraft of her own memory.
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Carlos, a boy at school, tells Joelle she looks like the Indian girl in a painting on the library wall and, on hikes through the woods, Carlos relates the history of the lost Narragansett Indians, killed off 50 years after the Pilgrims arrived.| Read Full Review of Crying Rocks
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Joelle doesn't believe that story either until one day, while at the Crying Rocks with Carlos, she hears crying and screaming.Oct 01 2003 | Read Full Review of Crying Rocks
But Carlos has family secrets too, and an old homeless woman, who is rumored to be an Indian queen, may hold the key both to their quest and to Joelle's past.Oct 24 2003 | Read Full Review of Crying Rocks
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