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Sing Down the Moon

  Author(s) & Illustrator(s): Scott O'Dell

  Edition: Paperback -- Plot Summary and Book Review

Sing Down the Moon (Paperback)    

  • "Sing Down the Moon" by Scott O'Dell is a historical fiction about Navajo Indians in the 1860's. Main character Bright Morning is a brave American Indian girl. She escapes from slavery after being captured by Spaniards. Then she is forced to move to Fort Sumner in a long march known as the Long Walk. She eventually flees for freedom. "Sing Down the Moon", an engaging Newbery honor book, appeals to children in 4th grade and up.
  • Reading Level: children in 4th grade and up
  • Paperback, 128 pages
  • ISBN: 0440979757
  • Publisher: Laurel Leaf
  • Genre: Fiction - Historical Fiction
  • Book Theme: Native American

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