My Name Is Not Easy - How Hunters Survive/Luke; Snowbird/Chickie; Kickball/Sonny; The Size of Things Back Home/Luke, Sonny and Chickie Summary & Analysis

Debby Dahl Edwardson
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It is September 7, 1960, and Luke awakens very early and thinks about Isaac and wishes all the brothers could be back home again. Luke also wonders what is so bad about his Inupiaq language that the priest had hit him for saying it. Then Luke gently wakes Bunna and tells him that they are going to run away and go home. Luke thinks that if they can find Isaac, they can hit the highway that runs past the school and then get rides up north to Fairbanks, they can then get a message to their Uncle Joe to come get them. As Luke and Bunna leave the school grounds, they come upon an old cabin with an old Indian sitting inside. The boys take off through the woods...

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