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Native Americans in History

Jimmy Beason, 102 pages
Item Number: 1408

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  • Package Weight: about 1.9 pounds.

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Powerful stories of influential Native Americans—for kids ages 8 to 12.
From every background and tribal nation, native people are a vital part of history. This collection of Native American stories for kids explores 15 Native Americans and some of the incredible things they achieved. Kids will explore the ways each of these people used their talents and beliefs to stand up for what's right and stay true to themselves and their community.Becoming a leader—Learn how Sitting Bull led with spiritual guidance and a strong will, and how Tecumseh inspired warriors to protect their communities from white American hostility.Staying strong—Discover athletes like Maria Tallchief, who broke barriers in ballet, and Jim Thorpe, who showed the world that a native man could win Olympic gold.Fighting for change—Find out how Deb Haaland and Suzan Harjo use their activism to raise awareness about Native American issues today.Go beyond other books on Native American history for kids with a closer look at notable native people who helped change the world.

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