The Past Meets the Present in This Coming-of-age Novel of Native American Heritage
By: BHC Press
"My novels about Johnny Hunter tell the untold story of modern life on a Native American reservation. As a people, they are the forgotten Americans and I want to draw attention to their poverty and struggle to survive," says author Richard L. DuMont. "Johnny Hunter is a fictionalized person, but I hope he is a true representation of a Native American teenager."
The Johnny Hunter novels will appeal to both middle grade and early young adult readers. Other titles in the series include Johnny Hunter.
Heritage is published by BHC Press and is available in hardcover 978-1-64397-
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About the author: Richard L. DuMont has been fascinated by Native Americans and their history since he was a young boy. He enjoys researching Native American cultures and has visited the Pine Ridge and Northern Cheyenne reservations during trips to Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. A Vietnam veteran and a graduate of Xavier University, he lives in Cincinnati near his children and grandchildren. His previously published works include Hunkpapa Sioux and the young adult series Johnny Hunter.
About BHC Press: BHC Press is an award-winning independent publisher of general fiction and nonfiction hardcover, softcover, and ebooks for both YA and adults. To learn more, visit https://www.bhcpress.com/
Joni Firestone, BHC Press