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Upset at her parents' impending divorce, twelve-year-old Jamie runs away from home to live with a Navajo family that she befriended on earlier trips to the desert country with her father.
Posted March 19, 2004
I had to read this book for school. I was really interested at first on it but then when I started to read it, it turned out to be an ok book. It was nothing outrageous. Some things that are just so boring are that Jamie¿s parents always get in fights and it is just the stupidest book ever. One pf the good parts in the book is when she runs away and when she goes to the canyon. Both things that she went through were described very well. I thought I would have liked this book because my parents are divorced and I thought I could relate to Jamie but I really can't. If I was a teacher and had to decide what books the children could read I¿m sure this would be one of them.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 13, 2003
This book Navajo Summer is taken place at Canyon de Chelly and this place is where Navajos live. The book Navajo Summers was so, so boring in fact it was so stupid, that¿s why my title is stupid. There some parts in this book that I liked and those have to do with adventurous things. One part I liked in this book is when the main character runs off and she hitch hikes to a Navajo Canyon and on her way she really has some adventurous happenings. That¿s why I liked part of the book. The one most absoultely Part I HATED was when the main charaters (Jamie) parents get into fights and when they get into fights, and that¿s what makes Jamie run away from home. This book Navajo Summer relates to another book but I don¿t remember the title. The book had the same concept but it did not have anything to do with a Navajo family. I rate Navajo Summer for only 2 stars. I would recommend this book to a person who likes to take time in their reading and somebody who likes slow books.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.