Sacajawea of the Shoshone (Thinking Girl's Treasury of Real Princesses) (Hardcover)

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By Natasha Yim, Albert Nguyen (Illustrator)
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One minute she was picking berries and the next her tribe was under attack. Running for her life, Sacajawea was scooped up and taken far away from her village and family--and into history. From her mountain home to the banks of the Missouri River, over the majestic Rockies to the pounding waves of the Pacific, Sacajawea would travel farther than any American woman of her time.

Richly illustrated and smartly narrated, this book brings to life the story of the real and remarkable Shoshone princess who helped Captains Lewis and Clark navigate their way across the American West.

About the Author


Natasha Yim is a children's author and an accomplished playwright. Her books include Otto's Rainy Day, published by Charlesbridge Publishing and selected as a Kids' Pick of the Lists, Cixi "The Dragon Empress" in The Thinking Girl's Treasury of Dastardly Dames, and Sacajawea of the Shoshone in the The Thinking Girl's Treasury of Real Princesses. A new picture book, Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas, is due out from Charlesbridge in 2014. Natasha has also written plays that have been staged in the U.S. and abroad. She lives in Northern California with her family. Responsible for the pen-and-watercolor illustrations that bring our princesses to life, Albert Nguyen received his MFA from the Academy of Art in 2006. He grew up in Minnesota before moving to San Francisco. In addition to being fond of drawing, painting, comics, and cartoons, Albert has a special affection for chubby animals.The Thinking Girl's Treasury of Real Princesses are his first children's books.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780984509867
ISBN-10: 0984509860
Publisher: Goosebottom Books
Publication Date: October 6th, 2012
Pages: 32
Language: English
Series: Thinking Girl's Treasury of Real Princesses

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