Lost in a blinding snowstorm, two brave girls join forces to survive in the wilderness.

Doe Sia, a ten year-old Bannock girl, became known for her bravery when she and her heroic pet, Otterdog, saved a little boy from drowning. On the other side of the world in Denmark, Emma has also earned a reputation for courage by rescuing an elderly man from a burning barn. 

When Emma immigrates to America and joins the "Handcart Pioneers" she and Doe Sia meet and form an immediate bond. This bond is tested during a fierce mountain blizzard, in which Emma is sure she will die. But Doe Sia knows how to build a shelter from branches, get meat from a dead buffalo, and, most important, find her way back to her people. Together the girls face one of nature's greatest threats. Together they must struggle to survive.

Doe Sia is the eighth book in the Amazing Indian Children Series.

Life is hard for the nine-year-old after a terrible struggle with a mountain lion causes him to lose his left hand.

Although devastated, Moho Wat struggles to overcome his injury and teach himself to hunt - using his feet to hold the bow and arrow. His courage and strength is tested when he attempts to rescue the beautiful Wind Flower, who has been taken captive by an enemy tribe.

Moho Wat realizes he has succeeded when his father says, "My son, today you have proved that you are as good as any man. You have shown your bravery and your goodness. I am proud of you my son, Moho Wat."

Moho Wat is the sixth book in the Amazing Indian Children Series.