Sign in. Watch now. Title: Mandie and the Cherokee Treasure In , Mandie's life changes when her Cherokee friends help her escape to a mansion that holds the hidden secrets of her past and the key to her future. While visiting her school's forbidden attic, Mandie stumbles upon the mystery of a long forgotten Christmas.
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Grade ? As a highly successful chief of the second largest tribe in the country, and as the first contemporary female Indian leader to achieve her status, Mankiller has become a role model for many young people. Yannuzzi covers a bit of Cherokee history and provides lots of interesting details about her subject's life: what it was like for a rural Cherokee child to attend a large, urban school; how she became involved with the Native American civil-rights movement in the late s; the constant, life-threatening trials she has had to overcome; and her return to Oklahoma and eventual involvement in politics and tribal government. Black-and-white photos sprinkled throughout show Mankiller in various administrative poses, but contribute little to her story. Plusses are the footnotes provided for each chapter and the brief list for further reading. Although Bruce Glassman's Wilma Mankiller Blackbirch, covers much of the same material for about the same age group, Yannuzzi's title is well researched and up-to-date. A solid purchase for all libraries seeking timely information on this major figure.?
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