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Teacher Ann Nolan Clark's 1940 story of Navajo life as seen through the eyes of a young Navajo girl is again available in an attractive new format. This poetically rendered, bilingual account describes herding, weaving, and jewelry making and will appeal to young and adult readers. Clark, a prolific, award-winning children's writer, field-researched her Navajo books in 1938-39.

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Teacher Ann Nolan Clark's 1940 story of Navajo life as seen through the eyes of a young Navajo girl is again available in an attractive new format. This poetically rendered, bilingual account describes herding, weaving, and jewelry making and will appeal to young and adult readers. Clark, a prolific, award-winning children's writer, field-researched her Navajo books in 1938-39. The Little Herder texts were translated by Robert W. Young and edited by John E Harrington. Drawings throughout by Navajo artist Hoke Denetsosie.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780941270465
Editor:
Harrington, John P.
Translator:
Young, Robert W.
Author:
Harrington, John P.
Publisher:
Ancient City Press
Subject:
Indians of north america
Subject:
Ethnic - Native American
Publication Date:
September 1988
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
91
Dimensions:
8.49x8.51x.33 in. .47 lbs.
Age Level:
09-12

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Children's » Nonfiction » Native America
History and Social Science » Native American » Language

Little Herder in Autumn
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Product details 91 pages Ancient City Press - English 9780941270465 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Teacher Ann Nolan Clark's 1940 story of Navajo life as seen through the eyes of a young Navajo girl is again available in an attractive new format. This poetically rendered, bilingual account describes herding, weaving, and jewelry making and will appeal to young and adult readers. Clark, a prolific, award-winning children's writer, field-researched her Navajo books in 1938-39. The Little Herder texts were translated by Robert W. Young and edited by John E Harrington. Drawings throughout by Navajo artist Hoke Denetsosie.
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