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Riassunto: No one but Grandmother believes that Little Prankster Girl is mature enough to be taught to weave. Mother thinks she plays too many tricks, Younger Sister says she isn’t smart enough, and Baby is too young to give her any support. Determined to learn anyway, Little Prankster Girl “borrows” some of her mother’s weaving supplies and practices weaving while she is out herding her family’s flock. This warmhearted story follows Little Prankster Girl through an exasperating but funny trial of her childhood. Readers will identify with Little Prankster Girl’s struggle to win recognition from her family, and will gain courage to make their own bids for greater independence.
About the Author: Martha Blue was a lawyer in Navajo country for nearly 30 years. She is the author of six other books, including Indian Trader: The Life and Times of J. L. Hubbell. She also finds artistic expression as a painter. Martha Blue has served on the boards of numerous non-profit organizations in the Four Corners area, and has received awards from the Arizona Center for the Book, the Navajo Studies Conference, the Maricopa County Bar Association, and Westerners International.
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Descrizione libro Salina Bookshelf, Inc., 2005. Audio CD. Condizione libro: Good. Satisfaction 100% guaranteed. Codice libro della libreria mon0001360138