by Gail Langer Karwoski
Seaman, Lewis's Newfoundland dog proves his value as a hunter, navigator, and protector while serving with the Corps of Discovery when it explores the west under the leadership of Lewis and Clark.
- American Booksellers Association 1999 Pick of the Lists
- Nominee, 1999 Georgia Book Award 2001-2002
- South Dakota Prairie Pasque Children's Book Award
- 2000-2001 Volunteer State Master Reading List
Used in the Lewis & Clark Unit of Paths of Exploration.
"This soundly researched, smoothly written story will bring the entire expedition alive for readers 8-12, adding not only a canine but a human element to a tale that never grows wearisome. Nobody know what happened to Seaman... but he has certainly left on good book behind him."
- Parade magazine
"An effective, fictional introduction to the Lewis and Clark expedition."
"Once young readers begin this fictional account of the dog's role in the expedition, they will be caught up in the drama and action and even reluctant readers will find it just too good to put down."
- School Library Journal
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