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This Newbery Honor book chronicles a young Indian's mystical journey that crosses many time periods. Ages 12-up.
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.
"Highwater is a wonderful poet and storyteller." -- -- The San Francisco Examiner
"Occasionally, not often enough, there appears a timeless work. Such a book is Anpao." -- -- The Washington Post
Fake Indian, in the days before the internet people like mister J Marks could take on an Indian persona and fictional background in order to sell books. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Troy Felsman
This 1977 extended tale presents many stories transmitted by proud oral tradition—blending the composite of pre Colombian
beliefs and values of several North American Indian... Read more
Jamake highwater (author of Anpao) is a fake person and a plagiarist. DON'T READ THIS BOOK. It is all false and plagiarized storiesPublished 6 months ago by Jennifer Rice
Beware of "fake indians" who seek to profit for romantisized views of Native culture. This article is from Indian News Today... Read morePublished 9 months ago by MrsHaida
This book is an excellent resource for teaching children and adults about Native American culture. Specifically, this book focuses on the philosophy of how Turtle Island children... Read morePublished on April 9, 2003 by B. Elliott
This is my favorite book. Not only was it written with the exact precision I strive to imitate, but it was captivating in all ways. Read morePublished on August 30, 2002 by Mathias
Being in PACE (Plano Acdemic Creative Edcation) it is required that students like me must read 9TH grade material. Read morePublished on August 14, 2001 by Internet Lover
A Native American Adventure Set in peaceful, worry-free Native American village. Anpao by Jamake Highwater tells a story of a young Native American man, who is sent off on a... Read morePublished on July 13, 2001
Anapo, is by far one of the most enthralling books of all time. Each time it is read a new sence of existance and peacefullness fills the reader. Read morePublished on February 2, 2000 by Robin