Billy Buckhorn's uncanny intuition became apparent at an early age. In the course of this exciting series, Billy's supernatural abilities grow and develop, and his reputation as a gifted "holy man" in the Old Way spreads throughout the Cherokee Nation.
In book three, Supranormal, Billy and his grandfather face a deadly, ancient beast that's poised to take control of the world. While Wesley and Billy summon aid from the spirit realms, Billy's father, a college professor, puts together an archaeological team to help out—and to document the unprecedented things they've seen and experienced. But even with everyone pulling together, can they stop Uktena, a dangerous Cherokee being? Billy Buckhorn: Supranormal is part of the exciting PathFinders hi-lo novels. These books have Native American and First Nation authors, are written at a 2.5 to 4.5 reading level, and all have plots that are age-appropriate for tweens and teens. The novels feature linear story lines, limited vocabulary, and contemporary as well as historical topics. The main characters are Native American and First Nation teens and the stories make reference to traditional ways. Reading level: 2.9