Monster Birds by Vee Browne
A Navajo Folktale

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Twelve-year-old twins use their weapons, lightning arrows and magic feathers, to defend their village from the Monster Birds.

About Vee Browne

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Browne is from Cottonwood/Tselani Arizona, and a member of the Navajo Nation. She belongs to the Bitter Water and Water Flows Together Clans. She is a journalist, educator, Arizona Tuterscholastic Athletic Association Volleyball Basketball referee, and a fiction writer. An award-winning author, she has received much acclaim for her children's books. Whitethorne is outstanding among contemporary Navajo artist.
Published September 1, 1993 by Rising Moon. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books. Non-fiction

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Rooted in a Navajo folktale, this sequel to Monster Slayer again involves the Hero Twins. Here they battle the Monster Birds who have preyed upon the Anasazi villagers. Captured by the Monster Birds a

Apr 03 2000 | Read Full Review of Monster Birds: A Navajo Folktale

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