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Weetamoo: Heart of the Pocassets
Weetamoo-book
Book information
Author Patricia Clark Smith
Series The Royal Diaries
Publishers Scholastic
Publication date September 1, 2003[1]
Pages 203
ISBN 9780439129107
Book in series 16
Prequel
Sequel
Film
Preceded by Elisabeth: The Princess Bride
Followed by Lady of Palenque: Flower of Bacal

Weetamoo: Heart of the Pocassets is the sixteenth entry in Scholastic's The Royal Diaries. The book was written by Patricia Clark Smith, her only book in the series. It was published in September 2003.

Book descriptionEdit

"Neepunna Keeswosh
Moon When Corn Is Ripe
[Late August, 1653]
Mettapoiset

He [Father] laid his hand gently on my shoulder and told me that if I, Weetamoo, am to become sachem of us Pocassets after him, and prove a good leader, I must learn to walk more carefully through the world. I shook my hair out of my eyes and stared up at him in surprise. I said he surely could not mean that I was poor at tracking game or at passing unseen through the woods. He knows I can follow almost any trail, and he has seen for himself how I can edge my way near enough to a doe and her pair of speckled fawns to hear their three separate breaths. Did he not teach me all these skills himself, I spluttered, and was I not better at it than any boy or girl in our village?
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PlotEdit

CharactersEdit

Main article: List of Weetamoo: Heart of the Pocassets characters

AuthorEdit

Main article: Patricia Clark Smith

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