Books By Bonnye

Courage, 48,000 BC

It’s 48,000 BC. Hiding in a giant mimosa tree, Maru watches her father meet with the leader of a treacherous Andean tribe. Her father, furious that she’s followed him, tells her […]

Freedom, 250,000 BC

Archaeological Site: Valsequillo, Mexico.  After years of abuse from his father Wing leaves the only home he’s ever known to find, as the male lion he sees leave its pride, […]

The SealEaters, 20,000 BC

The SealEaters, 20,000 BC is the last of the planned books in the Winds of Change Series on the Peopling of the Americas.  The time period is the onset of […]

Tuksook’s Story, 35,000 BC

The land that has nurtured the People for so long has turned against them with an extraordinary drought. Clearly, to survive, they must move. Some of the People move from […]

Zamimolo’s Story, 50,000 BC

By the time the People reach 50,000 BC their numbers have increased sufficiently to divide up into one group leaving for a new land while the other part remains behind. […]

Manak-na’s Story: 75,000 BC

The Winds of Change novel series examines a few issues: * When people came to the Americas * Who came to the Americas, and * From where did they come? […]

Ki’ti’s Story, 75,000 BC

Neanderthals: had fair skin and some had red hair and blue eyes could speak as well as we can, were intellectually bright, catching dolphins (something that cannot be done from […]