A young Navaho girl recounts her tribe"s forced march to Fort Sumner as prisoners of the white soldiers.
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Subscribe Book has been uploaded for student travelers who need to read this book. Bookmark as needed. Sing Down The Moon - Scott O'Dell Haines High School Bringing down the moon listening. Sing Down the Moon (), a children’s novel by American author Scott O’Dell, focuses on a fourteen-year-old Navajo girl named Bright Morning who lives peacefully with her people until Spanish slavers come to the Navajo country to kidnap girls. She and her best friend are taken captive, but Bright Morning is determined to escape and find. Sing Down the Moon is a fictionalized retelling of a little-known and shameful part of American history. Told in the first person through the character of Bright Morning, a Navaho girl on the. Sing Down the Moon By Scott O'Dell Chapters Before you read the chapter: The protagonist in most novels features the main character or “good guy”. The main character of Sing Down the Moon is Bright Morning, whose life is about to abruptly change in ways that she could scarcely imagine in her worst nightmare.
Book Wizard; Sing Down the Moon. By Scott O'Dell. Grades. , , T. Genre. Fiction. Fourteen-year-old Bright Morning and her best friend are grazing their sheep on a beautiful spring morning when two strange men suddenly appear. The men are Spanish slavers who have come to the Navaho country to steal girls and sell them to families in. "Beautifully written, immensely moving, Sing Down the Moon is a memorable reading experience--for any age." --Book World "The very simplicity of the writing, at times almost terse, makes more vivid the tragedy of the eviction and the danger and triumph of the retum. Recommend." --Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books/5(78). Sing Down the Moon, Scott O'Dell, 5 stars I gave this book five stars because this book is very good. This book has a intricate details and a creative plot. I really think that this book should be recommended because this book is a great read while being educational.5/5(5). Sing Down the Moon has 3 reviews and 2 ratings. Reviewer mimi wrote: The same author wrote this book called Island of the Blue Dolphins. We read it in the seventh grade and it wasn't awful, JUST NOT ENOUGH GOING ON! I wouldn't mind reading this one however/5(2).
Find books like Sing Down the Moon from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked Sing Down the Moon also liked: By the Great. SING DOWN THE MOON - ENGLISH by SCOT O DELL. Topics ENGLISH, AWARD WINNING CHILDREN'S BOOK Collection English. ENGLISH, AWARD WINNING CHILDREN'S BOOK Addeddate Coverleaf 0 Identifier SingDownTheMoon-English Identifier-ark ark://t8kd6m95k Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi plus-circle . Sing Down The Moon () About book: “Singing Down the Moon”tAccording to Scott O’Dell’s “Singing Down the Moon’, the Navaho Native Americans endured many long years of suffrage from the United States and the “Ute’s” Native Americans. The Navahos tried to protect themselves by creating treaties with the U.S, but they ran into trouble because “most of them were broken, . Sing Down the Moon by Scott O'Dell; 14 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Fiction, Navajo Indians, Indians of North America, Juvenile fiction, Native Americans, Accelerated Reader , Juvenile Fiction, Navajo Long Walk, , Relocation, Navajo Long Walk () fast (OCoLC)fst, Reading Level-Grade 9, Reading Level-Grade 8, Reading Level .