Naya Nuki: Shoshoni Girl Who Ran

Naya Nuki: Shoshoni Girl Who Ran

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Item #: 021505
ISBN: 9781880114001
Grades: 4-8

Product Description:

Naya Nuki is a 11-year old member of a nomadic Shoshoni tribe. One day as she and her tribe are traveling in search of food, they are attacked by an enemy tribe. Naya Nuki, her friend Sacajawea, and several other women and children are taken prisoner. Join Naya Nuki on her journey of captivity, her escape, and her survival as she searches for her people. The complete, unabridged story is also available on CD, read by the author complete with insights into his research. Running time is 206 mns.

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Category Description for Amazing Indian Children Series:

Professional storyteller and teacher Ken Thomasma's series about Native American children is colorful and adventurous. Built upon his study of history and interviews with various tribe members, these stories and tales from different tribes spring to life through his detailed retellings. ~ Zach




Primary Subject
History/Geography
Grade Start
4
Grade End
8
ISBN
9781880114001
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Grandview Publishing
Weight
0.475 (lbs.)
Dimensions
7.63" x 5.25" x 0.38"
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Lisa M on Jan 15, 2018
A wonderful book! My 10 year old daughter loved it!
Ruth V on Oct 20, 2017
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Lisa M on Jan 15, 2018
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Tamara G on Nov 24, 2017
A wonderful book! My 10 year old daughter loved it!
Ruth V on Oct 20, 2017
required for a co-op class
Patricia B on Aug 23, 2017
Part of Sonlight Core D
Lynde B on Apr 29, 2017
homeschool lit class
Margie M on Jan 17, 2017
it come part of a curriculum.
Heleodoro Z. on Aug 16, 2016
Gift
Tamara G on Nov 24, 2017
required for a co-op class
Patricia B on Aug 23, 2017
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Wow! We love this book! I am surprised there are not more reviews for it This was a "read aloud" for our curriculum when we studied Native Americans This book is amazing and my daughter still references Naya Nuki often I would suggest it as a read aloud for younger children due to some Native American spiritual content The book references Sacagawea and Naya Nuki being friends as children I plan to let my daughter read it alone when she is older and maybe she can read it aloud to me!
November 13, 2013


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