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Jerrie Oughton has written several novels for young adults. Her first, Music From a Place Called Half Moon. was awarded the Bank Street College Children's Book Award. She lives with her husband in Lexington, Kentucky.
Oughton's first book for children is a lyrical retelling of a potent myth: It is First Woman's idea that ""the laws"" should .
Unfortunately, he lacks First Woman's patience.
A Navajo Legend (Sandpiper Houghton Mifflin Books). Published March 3, 1996 by Houghton Mifflin.
Published March 3, 1996 by Houghton Mifflin. Folklore, Indians of North America, Navajo Indians, Protected DAISY, In library. There's no description for this book yet.
This book is writen in the thoughts and belifes of the Native Americans. It is about how the starts got into the sky. I kids 4 and 14 love this book.
Author: Jerrie Oughton Illustrator: Lisa Desimini Age Range: 4 + yea. Find this Pin and more on My Astronomy Shop by Lowell Observatory. The Star People: A Lakota Story - S. Nelson's compelling illustrations, inspired by the ledger-book style of the Plains Indians, capture the beauty of humans and nature existing as one. Round Rock Public Library System catalog Details for: The Star People : a Lakota story /.
By Lisa Desimini, Jerrie Oughton. Trade Paper Picture Book, 32 pages. Party & Gift Wrap Supplies.