Dawn Lightfoot And The Case Of Moccasins and Old Papers

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Leigh Ann Butler, Dawn Lightfoot and Lady Victoria Maclerie each thought they were the only deaf members of their families. Kateri Cael did not know anything of her biological parents or her heritage until the reading of Sir Malcolm's Last Will and Testament. What will unfold and who will Sir Malcolm's legacy tough in The Case Of Moccasins and Old Papers? Come join the investigators and discover secrets long buried and treasure of the past and present in Tucson, Arizona.

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Darkness clothed the new day in secrecy until the first color of the sun appeared over the mountain. Dawn woke up thinking about the beauty of her birth state, Arizona. She envisioned the changing colors of the mountains during the day, the shades of the cactus with the prickly pear fruit, the scent of the desert after a rainstorm and the animals that roamed the desert. She thought of the stories she had heard about the Native American way of life, kept alive in the oral tradition of storytelling, and in her Navajo culture classes.

The rhythm of the drums blended with the Navajo dancers moving in harmony: drums, voices and bodies. Dawn Lightfoot waited for her group to perform the shawl dance at the annual Intertribal Powwow. [Catherine Paul; (2002) 176 pages; soft cover]

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SKU AB1178
Type Book
Age Big Kids
ISBN 9780967000629