6 edition of Kinaalda: A Navajo Girl Grows Up (We Are Still Here : Native Americans Today) found in the catalog.
by Lerner Publishing Group
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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It shows the Kinaalda, a ceremony for Navajo (or Dine) girls when they become women. I enjoyed the pictures that illustrated the events I did not understand. I also liked how the author explains the reasoning behind each step, such as the running towards the East I bought this book because a student was interested in learning about other cultures/5.
The quality of this literature is the story itself. The cultural explanation of the ritual is Native American. The above statement is the reason why this book, Kinaaldá, has been positively received and why it can be considered an authentic Native American book.
Title: Kinaaldá: A Navajo Girl Grows Up Author: Monty Rosessel. Cultures celebrate children's coming-of-age in many different ways, but one of the nicest (at least for girls) is the Navajo Kinaalda ceremony, celebrating the girl's maturing into womanhood.
In this real-life story, readers watch as Celinda McKelvey, at celebrates her maturity over several days at the family's traditional Hogan, used /5(8).
Kinaalda: A Navajo Girl Grows Up (We Are Still Here: Native Americans Today) by Monty Roessel. It is a trial of endurance, as growing up often is.
This book presents a view of menstruation that can be difficult to convey to the newly initiated and to those who are still waiting. This book tells us /5. Kinaalda: A Navajo Girl Grows Up by Monty Roessel and Michael Dorris.
Thirteen-year-old Celinda McKelvey is about to participate in her Kinaaldá, read more. Thirteen-year-old Celinda McKelvey is about to participate in her Kinaaldá, a Navajo coming-of-age ceremony for girls.
A Navajo girl takes part in the coming-of-age ceremony, the ed on: Janu Get this from a library. Kinaaldá: a Navajo girl grows up. [Monty Roessel] -- Celinda McKelvey, a Navajo girl, participates in the Kinaalda, the traditional coming-of-age ceremony of her people.
Kinaalda: A Navajo Girl Grows Up by Monty Roessel, Michael Dorris Thirteen-year-old Celinda McKelvey is getting ready for her Kinaalda, a coming-of-age ceremony for Navajo girls. When Celinda finishes this ceremony, she will be a woman.
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When Celinda finishes this ceremony, she will be a woman. As she tests her strengh. Native American Authors: Browsing by Book Title Kinaalda: a Navajo Girl Grows Up by Monty Roessel. Roessel, Monty. Kinaalda: a Navajo Girl Grows Up Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for We Are Still Here Ser.
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Thirteen-year-old Celinda McKelvey is getting ready for her Kinaalda, a coming-of-age ceremony for Navajo girls. When Celinda finishes this ceremony, she will be a woman. As she tests her strengh and endurance and works side by side with her family, Celinda will learn what it Pages: Kinaaldá: A Navajo Girl Grows Up.
Book Review: This book tells of the Navajo traditional ceremony, Kinaaldá, in which young girls participate as they prepare to enter womanhood. Celinda McKelvey is a young Navajo girl who lives in New Mexico with her family.
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Title: Kinaaldá: a Navajo girl grows up: Publication Type: Book: Authors: Roessel, M: Place Published: Minneapolis, MN: Publisher: Lerner Publications Co. Year. Thirteen-year-old Celinda McKelvey is getting ready for her Kinaalda, a coming-of-age ceremony for Navajo girls.
When Celinda finishes this ceremony, she will be a woman. As she tests her strengh and endurance and works side by side with her family, Celinda will learn what it Brand: Monty Roessel.
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Katie is the little sister to Lynn, and Lynn is her mentor and friend. When Lynn develops a terminal illness, Katie must try to keep her spirit alive and "kira-kira." This is also a wonderful audiobook.
Monty Roessel is the author of Songs from the Loom ( avg rating, 24 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), Kinaaldá ( avg rating, 24 ratings, 5 rev /5.Kinaalda: A Navajo Girl Grows Up by Monty Roessel.
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