Grandchildren of the Lakota

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In an informal and lively manner, a Lakota grandmother tells about her people, who are part of a larger group frequently referred to as Sioux Indians. The text begins with a brief history of the tribe and then discusses culture and modern life. References to and photographs of various youngsters make the account more personal. — School Library Journal (World's Children)

Age Level: 9-12
Publisher: Carolrhoda Books