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Meet Kaya: An American Girl (American Girls Collection Series: Kaya #1)

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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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Let's step back in time to 1764. Open the door and look into the past. We go back to a time when Native Americans lived by hunting and gathering to acquire daily food. In this novel we meet Kaya and her family {including her father (Toe-Ta); her mother (Eetsa); her olde...
Let's step back in time to 1764. Open the door and look into the past. We go back to a time when Native Americans lived by hunting and gathering to acquire daily food. In this novel we meet Kaya and her family {including her father (Toe-Ta); her mother (Eetsa); her older sister (Brown Deer); her younger twin brothers (Wing Feather & Sparrow); her father's parents (Kalutsa & Aalah); Speaking Rain; Steps High (her horse); Raven and Fox Tail}. Kaya learns many lessons in this well developed and intriguing storyline; in the storyline is the 1805 Lewis & Clark expedition. In the section titled "Looking Back 1764, A Peek Into The Past" readers will learn fascinating facts about the Nez Perce Indians and their lives. This section is rich with culture, traditions, and history. All of this is between the covers of "Meet Kaya: An American Girl 1764", the first book in the Kaya series.

posted by EGHunter01 on October 20, 2010

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1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

SUCKS!!!!!!

i really think i fell aslep in the first minet of the book!! it is the most boring begining ever known to man kind!!! i hate how it has no plot!!!

posted by Anonymous on December 23, 2005

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2005

    SUCKS!!!!!!

    i really think i fell aslep in the first minet of the book!! it is the most boring begining ever known to man kind!!! i hate how it has no plot!!!

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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