6 edition of Navajo summer found in the catalog.
Upset at her parents" impending divorce, twelve-year-old Jamie runs away from home to live with a Navajo family that she befriended on earlier trips to the desert country with her father.
|Statement||Jennifer Owings Dewey ; with drawings by the author.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.D52285 Nav 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||97072770|
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A young girl runs away from home and spends a summer in Canyon de Chelley where she finds love and healing with a Navajo family. I understand this book is based on a true story, otherwise I would wonder if it is realistic. The descriptions and cultural information appear to be accurate.
10 to 11 year old girls will enjoy this book/5. Navajo Summer is like a dream come true in retrospect. How well I can remember the summer I wished I could run away from home. The experiences of this young girl were so vivid, particularly to those of us who have visited Canyon de Chelly.
Yes, as some of the other reviewers have stated, this book is likely to be more appealing to girls.4/5(1). : Navajo summer book Summer (): Jennifer Owings Dewey: Books. Skip to main content. Try Prime Books Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign 4/5(1). Get this from a library.
Navajo summer. [Jennifer Dewey] -- Upset at her parents' impending divorce, twelve-year-old Jamie runs away from home tolive with a Navajo family that she befriended on earlier trips to the desert country with her father.
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How to Use This Book 4 Navajo Protocol 6 Introduction 7 Map of the Navajo Nation 10 Navajo World View 11 purposes, during the time of the Summer Solstice and during the two weeks following the Summer Solstice. Navajos refer to this time as mid-summer sh7 7[nFile Size: 7MB. Please open the below link for Student Check-Out information on May 27th-May 28th.
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CPW issues hunting and fishing licenses, conducts research to improve wildlife management activities, protects high priority wildlife.We also learned about how the Europeans came to the Americas and treated the An dive American tribe of the Navajo with horrible and dreadful treatment just as we learned in the book.
The Navajo tribe has evolved over the years of when it first s titled into what is present day called The Navajo Nation which still is staged in the Four Corner.Summer session full-time credit hour is calculated according to the number of weeks plus one.
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