It’s Her Story: Sacajawea: A Graphic Novel

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A graphic novel for children ages 7 to 10. Sacajawea was a brilliant, multilingual Shoshone girl who was torn from her home at a young age. In 1804, she set out with the Lewis and Clark Expedition, acting as an interpreter and guide across hundreds of miles of unmapped land to reach the Pacific Ocean. Almost 200 years later, she became the first Indigenous woman to appear on a US coin. This is her story.

Written by Randy’L He-Dow Teton
Illustrated by Aly McKnight


ISBN: 9781503765795
Dimensions: 6.2″ x 8.6″
Pages: 48
Age: 7-10

Available October 2023

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