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Truth is a bright star : a Hopi adventure / Joan Price.

By: Price, Joan
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : Tricycle Press ; 2001Edition: Rev. edDescription: 150 pages ; 23 cmSubject(s): Hopi Indians -- Fiction | Indians of North America -- Fiction | Slavery -- Fiction | New Mexico -- History -- To 1848 -- FictionSummary: Loma, a young Hopi kidnapped by Spanish soldiers and sold into servitude to fur trapper Big Jim in 1932, eventually comes to understand, and even form a friendship with the rough frontiersman who has become his owner. Includes: glossary, bibliography.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 148-150).

Loma, a young Hopi kidnapped by Spanish soldiers and sold into servitude to fur trapper Big Jim in 1932, eventually comes to understand, and even form a friendship with the rough frontiersman who has become his owner. Includes: glossary, bibliography.

S Fountas & Pinnell.

5.7 Reading level

5-8 Interest level

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