Sing Down The Moon

Sing Down The Moon

Book - 1970
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The Spanish Slavers were an ever-present threat to the Navaho way of life.  One lovely spring day, fourteen-year-old Bright Morning and her friend Running Bird took their sheep to pasture.  The sky was clear blue against the red buttes of the Canyon de Chelly, and the fields and orchards of the Navahos promised a rich harvest.  Bright Morning was happy as she gazed across the beautiful valley that was the home of her tribe.  She turned when Black Dog barked, and it was then that she saw the Spanish slavers riding straight toward her.  
Publisher: New York : Dell, 1970.
ISBN: 9780440979753
0440979757
Characteristics: 124 p. ; 18 cm.

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800kw0rm_31337
Nov 14, 2017

One of Scott O'Dell's lesser-known classics. I loved this book in 6th grade.

Xictomatl Aug 26, 2014

A great book for any age. My first book by this author. I'll be reading more of his books!

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Shelbz1992
Oct 31, 2011

I really enjoyed this book. It recounts historical references without being too graphic for young readers. The story is very sad and whether or not it has a happy ending is entirely up to the reader's perspective of things.

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Shelbz1992
Oct 31, 2011

Shelbz1992 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 99

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