Younger Brother lives in a dry land, and he dreams of finding the wide water of the Pacific Ocean. This gentle coming-of-age story, rooted in the traditional culture of the Navajo, recounts Younger Brother's journey toward finding his vocation as a medicine man. Under the guidance of his uncle, the boy learns about the ancient songs, customs, and ceremonies of his people as well as the modern-day magic of movies and airplanes.
Written in the 1930s by an authority on Native American life and lore, this Newbery Medal winner offers a vivid portrait of Navajo beliefs and traditions. Its simple but poetic storytelling style is enhanced by numerous black-and-white illustrations.
Reprint of the Longmans, Green and Co., New York, 1957 edition.
|Availability||Out of Stock|
|Author/Editor||Laura Adams Armer, Sidney Armer|
|Grade level||5 - 9 (ages 10 - 14)|
|Dimensions||5 1/2 x 8 1/2|