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Good book The Return of the Indian is the second of the Indian in the Cupboard series After a year of keeping the cupboard locked, Omri decides to see Little Bear again.When Omri brings Little Bear back to life he learns first hand the brutality of war In an effort to help Little Bear win the war, Omri and his friends interfere first by sending weapons back and then by going back themselves.See, it s not the cupboard that s magic, it s actually the key But what and who can go back isn t exactly explain The Return of the Indian is the second of the Indian in the Cupboard series After a year of keeping the cupboard locked, Omri decides to see Little Bear again.When Omri brings Little Bear back to life he learns first hand the brutality of war In an effort to help Little Bear win the war, Omri and his friends interfere first by sending weapons back and then by going back themselves.See, it s not the cupboard that s magic, it s actually the key But what and who can go back isn t exactly explained in this sequel Perhaps later books dig deeper in the magic behind the key.I enjoyed the darker themes of The Return of the Indian but I still found Omri a rather dull lead character The Return of the Indian , the sequel to The Indian in the Cupboard , is about a boy named Omri, a boy named Patrick, a miniature Native American brave called Little Bear, and a miniature Native American squaw called Bright Stars When Omri opens his magic cupboard again after keeping it closed for a year he finds that his best friend Little Bear is now an Indian Chief and he has been wounded Omri and Patrick must help the wounded Little Bear As Little Bear recovers, he tells them of the F The Return of the Indian , the sequel to The Indian in the Cupboard , is about a boy named Omri, a boy named Patrick, a miniature Native American brave called Little Bear, and a miniature Native American squaw called Bright Stars When Omri opens his magic cupboard again after keeping it closed for a year he finds that his best friend Little Bear is now an Indian Chief and he has been wounded Omri and Patrick must help the wounded Little Bear As Little Bear recovers, he tells them of the French and Indian War between his people and the French Omri and Patrick have other Indians that would be willing to train to help fight in the War I liked this book but it wasn t my favorite book ever I liked it when Boone, the miniature cowboy, made his dead horse a grave because I like it when people respect horses Overall, the Return of the Indian was a good book, but not amazing The Indian in the Cupboard, the first book of the series, wasexciting, yet this was a good enough sequel It hasproblems and drama when Little Bear demands now guns, his name for modern guns However, him and his tribe have no training on how to use them, and trouble occurs Banks doesn t explain the characters as well as the first book. Second book in The Indian in the Cupboard series Delightful children s story which is exciting and mature enough for adults to enjoy as well In my humble little opinion this book is practically equal in its appeal to the first, which can be tricky for a sequel.The magic is still there and its still a charming story, with the added bonus of extra characters such as Matron and Corporal Fickits.I love the way the dialogue is written especially that of Little Bull and Boone, and the author has really made it very easy to fully imagine the personality of each little person.I ve read descriptions of the remaining books in this series, and In my humble little opinion this book is practically equal in its appeal to the first, which can be tricky for a sequel.The magic is still there and its still a charming story, with the added bonus of extra characters such as Matron and Corporal Fickits.I love the way the dialogue is written especially that of Little Bull and Boone, and the author has really made it very easy to fully imagine the personality of each little person.I ve read descriptions of the remaining books in this series, and I m concerned they may ruin my love of this story however, I ll give book 3 a go and see what happens Another book club book success I read this book as a kid, and it was just as good as an adult I am not sure why Lynne Reid Banks feels the need to ruin these great books with coarse words The Indian in the Cupboard series are great Boys and girls both love them There isn t much that could beexciting to a child than their toys coming to life But is it necessary to us a , and other words similar to this in a child s book I just finished reading this aloud to my children They loved it I edited out the words that weren t necessary as I was going. `READ PDF ☞ Der Indianer kommt zurück. Zauber, Tricks und Katastrophen ☜ It s been over a year since Omri discovered in The Indian in the Cupboard that, with the turn of a key, he could magically bring to life the three inch high Indian figure he placed inside his cupboard Omri and his Indian, Little Bear, create a fantastic world together until one day, Omri realizes the terrible consequences if Little Bear ever got trapped in his giant world Reluctantly, Omri sends the Indian back through the cupboard, giving his mother the magic key to wear around her neck so that he will never be tempted to bring Little Bear back to lifeBut one year later, full of exciting news, Omri gives way to temptation when he finds that his mother has left the magic key lying on the bathroom sinkA whole new series of adventures awaits Omri as he discovers that his Indian has been critically wounded during the French and Indian Wars and desperately needs Omri s helpNow, helplessly caught between his own life and his cupboard life of war and death, Omri must act decisively if he is to save Little Bear and his village from being completely destroyed What began as a harmless game has tumed into a horrible nightmare, a nightmare in which Omri is irrevocably involved, and from which he may never escapeBook Details Format Hardcover Publication DatePagesReading Level Ageand Up