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Judy King’s “Yellow Star” Takes Readers Into Friendship and Nature

Newcastle, WY – WEBWIRE

“Behind her the towering rock Mateo Tepee, gigantic size, dwarfed the hilly countryside, making her feel insignificant in this vast land. Before her, like a gateway, a bright rainbow arched over the meandering Belle Fourche River, opening the Great Plains to view. Spouting with new green life, the plains rolled out before her as far as she could see until they blended with the blue sky. The beauty hastened her heartbeat; the hidden hazards weakened her knees. Did she have the ability to survive crossing the Great Plains?”

Judy King’s new book takes each reader to the wonders in the Indian territory. The book which is entitled Yellow Star is a story of a fourteen-year-old girl who ventures into an unknown land to find her father.

Promise Amrose who is later given the Indian name Yellow Star set forth on a journey to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Fort Laramie (Wyoming) in Indian Territory. The purpose of such is to find her father, who abandoned her at a young age. Her Aunt Hattie accompanied her. On their way to Fort Laramie, Promise was abducted by stagecoach robbers. She came to know the Lakota (Indian) Tribe when Squirrel and her cousin Brings Water saved her from the robbers. She then meets Father Fox, the father of Squirrel, and then later on the friend of Father Fox, Ben Reed.

As the tensions among the tribe escalated, Yellow Star is entrusted to the care of Ben Reed. He accompanied her to find her father.

Will Promise ever find her father? Will she survive through the rugged terrain and seemingly endless struggles in order to fulfill her mission?

The author, with her great admiration for God’s creation, manages to incorporate in her book the tale of family, friendship, and the beauty of nature. Skillfully, she gives the readers a vivid image of the setting of her story.

Join Yellow Star in her journey! Grab a copy of this book. Copies are available at Amazon.

“Yellow Star”
Writer: Judy A. King
Publisher: Legaia Books USA; 2 edition
Publication Date: April 3, 2017
ISBN-10: 194694601X
ISBN-13: 978-1946946010
Paperback: $21.99

About the Author
Judy King was born and raised in Newcastle, Wyoming on May 21, 1942. She loves pencil portraits and writing. Her interest in Literature has led her to join various organizations, which include The Institute of Children’s Literature, Wyoming Writers Inc., and Weston County Historical Society. Having to interact with different writers in every organization he joined in, Judy was able to further develop her interest and skills in writing.

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