Whisper Upon The Water – by Connie Vines

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Apacheria, 1880. Tanayia is alone in the world. Her village destroyed and her people murdered by a group of revolutionaries who now hold her hostage. A daring escape on the edge of Cochise’s stronghold saves Tanayia life, but she discovers her ordeal is only now beginning. Apacheria, 1880. Tanayia is alone in the world. Her village destroyed and her people murdered by a group of revolutionaries who now hold her hostage. A daring escape on the edge of Cochise’s stronghold saves Tanayia life, but she discovers her ordeal is only now beginning.

National Book Award Nominee, Whisper upon the Water is a Middle School/YA historical novel dealing with the forced removal, education, and later placement of Native Americans on reservations during the late 1800s/early 1900s. Also available: Student workbook and Teacher Edition in paperback and hardcover, and Spanish translation. The book has a Lexile level, and meets the No Child Left Behind requirements. Whisper upon the Water is used in the Gifted and Talented Program and was featured as a Book of the Month selection the Public Library System in the northeast and Midwest.

Genre: Historical, Non-Fiction

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