Donna Bowman Bratton
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About Donna Bowman Bratton
Donna Janell Bowman is the author of the picture book biography Step Right Up: How Doc and Jim Key Taught the World About Kindness, a Junior Library Guild Selection, which earned three starred reviews; was awarded the Carter G. Woodson Award Honor from NCSS; was named an NCTE Orbis Pictus Recommended book; an ALA Notable Book; and earned a Writer's League of Texas Book Award. It is currently on five states' 2018-19 book award nomination lists, including the TX Bluebonnet master list. On April 1, 2018, her book Abraham Lincoln's Dueling words--also a Junior Library Guild Selection-- released from Peachtree Publishers. Forthcoming in 2019, King of the Tightrope: The Great Blondin, releases from Peachtree Publishers. Donna has an MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts and enjoys teaching and mentoring writers of all ages. She lives near Austin, Texas and is represented by Erin Murphy Literary Agency.
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Are you crazy for horses? Do you dream about owning your very own horse one day? Are your walls covered with pictures of their beautiful coats and flowing manes? Horse fans can't get enough of loveable equines. From horse history and life cycles to physical features, characteristics, and communication, find out everything you want to know about your favorite animal!
Other Formats: Library Binding
The Sioux: The Past and Present of the Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota (American Indian Life) Jan 1, 2018
Vast stretches of land in the Midwest and West were home to the Sioux. But the proud tribes fell victim to a series of broken treaties and unkept promises. Today the Sioux preserve their history as they enjoy a cultural renewal in modern America.
The Navajo (American Indian Life) Jan 1, 2018
The Long Walk to forced imprisonment in eastern New Mexico still haunts the Navajo people. But after years of suffering they were allowed to return to their traditional lands where they prospered. Today the Navajo celebrate their strengths and proudly maintain their cultural traditions in modern America.
Have you wondered what it would be like to ride a horse with ease? Have you watched horses races and wanted to learn more? Engaging text, along with colorful photos and entertaining quizzes, highlight different riding styles and competitions, riding attire, and how to find riding competitions near you.
Other Formats: Library Binding
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