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Sing Down the Moon

by Scott O'Dell
Fourteen-year-old Bright Morning and her friend, Running Bird, were happily tending their sheep until they saw the Spanish slavers riding straight toward them! A Newbery Honor book! 124 pages, Ages 10 & up

Item Number: 609
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $14.50
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5Sing Down the Moon is about a Navaho girl named Bright Morning. She tells about all the adventures she has had. She tells about when slave traders captured her and what she does. I learned about Navaho life and how the United States soldiers treated Navaho people. The soldiers forced the Navaho people out of their canyon and forced them to walk to Fort Sumner. I liked the book very much. I liked hearing what life was like for the Navaho people in the 1860's from the point of view of a girl close to my age. It was very exciting. There was a lot of action. I especially liked the part where Bright Morning and her husband, Tall Boy, escape the Long Knives. I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in Navaho history and likes an exciting adventure story.
2011-08-17

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