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Sacajawea

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Sacajawea

The Story of Bird Woman and the Lewis & Clark Expedition
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Two narrators bring alive the voices of Sacajawea and William Clark as they live through their amazing journey across the US in 1804. This vital piece of America's history - the Corps of Discovery's expedition of the exploration of the west - is an authentic and moving listen for both YA and adults by award-winning author Joseph Bruchac.
Two narrators bring alive the voices of Sacajawea and William Clark as they live through their amazing journey across the US in 1804. This vital piece of America's history - the Corps of Discovery's expedition of the exploration of the west - is an authentic and moving listen for both YA and adults by award-winning author Joseph Bruchac.
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  • - School Library Journal, April 2003 "Joseph Bruchac's fascinating story of the life of the woman who was pivotal to the success of the Lewis and Clark expedition is an outstanding example of historical fiction told from multiple perspectives."
  • - AudioFile Magazine "The true beauty of this tape lies in the fact that these two voices resonate across time and cultures. The readings of these cultural brackets are masterful, for we are made fully aware of the differences between oral recitation, reading text and storytelling. Michael Rafkin eloquently distinguishes between the two Virginian explorers. Nicolle Littrell gives us a storyteller and a reflective woman, never a stereotyped native voice."
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