Like millions of other children who call Los Angeles home, Kiki’s a city girl, even if she was born on a reservation. Her parents left the Taos Pueblo long ago, and she hasn’t been back since she was a baby. But when she returns with her parents during spring break, Kiki feels like a tourist in a place that should feel like home. An honest look at the challenges and rewards of contemporary American Indian life, Kiki’s Journey is enhanced by Jonathan Warm Day’s glowing illustrations of the Pueblo and its people.
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Published June 23, 2006
by Children's Book Press.
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