THE JOURNEY BEGINS: A KAYA CLASSIC VOLUME 1 (American Girl Beforever Classic)

THE JOURNEY BEGINS A KAYA CLASSIC VOLUME American Girl Beforever Classic Kaya s Nez Perce people are known for their skill with horses and Kaya hopes to become the best horsewoman in the village But after accepting a foolish challenge that puts her brothers in danger Kay

  • Title: THE JOURNEY BEGINS: A KAYA CLASSIC VOLUME 1 (American Girl Beforever Classic)
  • Author: Janet Beeler Shaw Juliana Kolesova Michael Dworkin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Kaya s Nez Perce people are known for their skill with horses, and Kaya hopes to become the best horsewoman in the village But after accepting a foolish challenge that puts her brothers in danger, Kaya earns a punishment and an insulting nickname Kaya is inspired by a brave young woman in her village, and is determined to make better choices Will Kaya prove that she canKaya s Nez Perce people are known for their skill with horses, and Kaya hopes to become the best horsewoman in the village But after accepting a foolish challenge that puts her brothers in danger, Kaya earns a punishment and an insulting nickname Kaya is inspired by a brave young woman in her village, and is determined to make better choices Will Kaya prove that she can change and lose that horrible nickname

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    1. This is one of the more mature American Girl books we've read. Kaya is one of the tribe of Native Americans we now call Nez Perce. The story is told entirely from her point of view, with no references to dates or actual locations, but there are some notes explaining the setting and some of the vocabulary. Kaya encounters some serious challenges, including being kidnapped and the death of a friend, and the ending leaves some of this unresolved. She's a very likeable and brave character.

    2. I mean, I knew all this bad stuff was gonna happen (I can remember some things), but I didn't think they'd happen so soon. I'm so sad.

    3. I like that Kaya's stories are bundled in two volumes rather than six individual books. However I mis the illustrations from the old books

    4. I loved this American Girl book. I want to read the next two books.Kayak and Speaking Rain get captures and they have to find they're way home.I recommend this book for only girls.

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