Bear Daughter by Judith Berman

By Judith Berman

Whilst a twelve-year-old wakes up as a human girl-instead of a bear-one cloudy morning, she embarks on an exciting trip via either mortal and immortal mend her prior, face her fears, and retailer the entire geographical regions within which she treads.

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Be careful of other people’s pain, Glory said, but Cloud couldn’t keep the questions inside. ” A chill swept along Cloud’s spine. ” But Thrush was sobbing convulsively once more, hug­ ging Cloud. “Please, darling, you mustn’t listen to them. ” So many questions crawled over Cloud’s skin. But she couldn’t watch her mother in agony. She hugged Thrush back. ” After a long, long while Thrush managed to stop crying. “It’s all right, darling,” she said, wiping her eyes, “but let’s talk about something else.

Glory was saying. ” Inside, Glory helped Cloud into their bedroom. “We’ll have to have your dress off,” said Glory. 52 JUDITH BERMAN Glory struggled to remove it. The hardest part was when Cloud had to raise her arms; the muscles didn’t work. But at last Glory got the dress over her head and made Cloud lie facedown on her bed so she could swab medicine on the raw spots. Under her ministrations, Cloud’s back began to throb. “Oh, no. ” Glory said, touching her shoulder. This time a sharp pain lanced straight to Cloud’s belly.

She wore five copper ear­ rings in each ear, and a delicate raven-feather tattoo covered the backs of her hands. A feast for each time her ears had been pierced, Glory told her, and one for the tattoos as well. They often found Radiance seated decorously by the fire, spinning mountain-goat wool into yarn as fine as Aunt Glory’s. Radiance greeted Aunt Glory with grave polite­ ness, but like the other residents of Storm House, she acted as though Cloud did not exist. Cloud’s secret encounters with her mother grew less fre­ quent as the feast approached.

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