Thursday, September 20, 2018

2 results for 'native american'

Family: Closer Than You Think

By DKIdea, published on Feb 17, 2014

...who my family was…my entire family.

So, the question is asked and the answer varies for all of us. Our parents tell us where we come from, what racial mix congregates within our DNA, and the adventure begins. I remember one day boarding the school bus and revealing that I was part Native American. To my surprise, everyone on the bus was Native American as well…and all shared the same tribe, Cherokee. I laugh now at the childhood memories, after all, it was the only tribe that anyone could remember from class, and sans any specific tribe mentioned in the telling from parent to... (more)

Tags: family, children, parents, ireland, african, genealogy, native american, ancestors

Book Review: Lost on Spirit River by Tommy Batchelor

By Wrp68, published on Dec 5, 2010

Lost on Spirit River Written by Tommy Batchelor

Illustrations by Kim Reale

Mirror Publishing (November 8, 2010)


156 pages

Mystery, mysticism, ancient American native culture, adventure and much more can be found in Lost on Spirit River, a novel for readers aged 8-12 by Tommy Batchelor.

Lost on Spirit River tells the tale of how cousins Tony and Kathryn, while visiting their grandfather in Flint River, Georgia, became lost during a rare December snow storm. Tony, thirteen, was a model student and athlete until his... (more)

Tags: adventure, nature, lost on spirit river, middle grade fiction, childrens books, tommy batchelor, native american, native north

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