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The Storytellers' Club: The Picture-Writing Women of the Arctic

Average rating
4.3 out of 5
Based on 7 Ratings and 3 Reviews

Book Description
In the dark months of the Far North, a group of women decide to meet regularly and tell stories about the times and people of their youth. Each story delivers universal truths about family unity, respect, grief, and overcoming challenges.
Book Information
PublisherAlaska Northwest Books
Reading LevelAdult
# of Pages224
Publication Date09/01/2005
The Creators
About Loretta Outwater Cox (Author) : Loretta Outwater Cox is a published author. Published credits of Loretta Outwater Cox include The Storytellers' Club: The Picture-Writing Women of the Arctic, Winter Walk: A Century-Old Survival Story... more
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11/10/2011 Edward Crowchild said: I sat and listened to many of these as a child...good memories

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12/17/2009 Tricia Brown said:
School Library Journal Adult/High School-Hailed as The Joy Luck Club of the Arctic, this novel captures the world of the Inupiaq of Alaska. Interwoven with the depiction of Cox's great-grandmother's daily activities are the oral stories of her ancestors. These tales have been kept alive by a group ... more

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