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Product #: 7306
9.25" x 10.25"
multiple, full color illustrations
Pub Date: 01/2007
Published by Winternights Publishing, distributed by Aftershocks Media
How a Lonely Orphan Came to be Accepted into a Tlingit Clan|
An enchanting story for young readers about how a mouse came to live in a Tlingit (Indian) clan house in Haines, Alaska and became part of the culture.
Readers will learn about the rich Tlingit culture, be exposed to the language through an English-Tlingit glossary, and be entertained by the mouse and his adventures.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Jan Steinbright is a writer, oral historian, teacher and an artist. She has been involved with the administration and documentation of Alaska Native Cultural programs for 25 years and is the author/editor of Qayaqs and Canoes: Native Ways of Knowing and My Own Trail the life history of Howard Luke, an Athabascan tradition bearer.
For 18 years, she editied the Journal of Alaska Native Arts and served as program coordinator for the Institute of Alaska Native Arts in Fairbanks.