Pathki Nana: Kootenai Girl Solves a Mystery

Pathki Nana Kootenai Girl Solves a Mystery Shy and lacking in self confidence eight year old Pathki Nana faces a difficult task when according to Kootenai tribal custom she must go alone into the mountains to seek a personal guardian spirit

  • Title: Pathki Nana: Kootenai Girl Solves a Mystery
  • Author: Kenneth Thomasma
  • ISBN: 9780801089022
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pathki Nana: Kootenai Girl Solves a Mystery

    Shy and lacking in self confidence, eight year old Pathki Nana faces a difficult task when, according to Kootenai tribal custom, she must go alone into the mountains to seek a personal guardian spirit.

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    One thought on “Pathki Nana: Kootenai Girl Solves a Mystery

    1. Yvonne

      I need to get my own copy of this book -because once again I was swept away as a young girl reading about the adventure of another girl my age escaping her enemy and surviving on her own for a couple of months in the wintertime. These books by Ken Thomasma really highlight the differences in the cultures of the Native Americans of yore and our modern culture today. An average 10 year old girl or boy would never survive on their own for more than a couple of days in the wilderness - but the Nativ [...]

    2. Amelia Mapstone

      Touching, beautiful, amazing!I simply loved it, even when some parts were the most descusting, goary, or scary parts in the entire book! Recomended for all pre-teen girls, 10-14! This beautiful book is about a young Native American girl around 14 who goes on a long trip through the woods, to become a woman and find her destiny! To do this, she'll have to meet many spirits desguised as animals, and even sacrafice some of them to survive in the wild! Will Pathki find out her true destiny in the wo [...]

    3. Tammy

      In my elementary school we read another of Mr. Thomasma's books in class and everyone became very enthused about it, but when I went to the library and picked up Pathki Nana I was absolutely hooked. The main character was very easy for me to relate to and her adventure captured my imagination completely.All of Kenneth Thomasma's books are excellent in my opinion, but of all the books I've read by any author Pathki Nana is the one I go to time and again.

    4. Bookhardtsbooks

      This is probably my favorite out of the Amazing Indian Children series. I loved the character and the plot. Her fear was shown instead of told. She has amazing survival knowledge and a strong will to survive no matter what. If you like survival stories this is a must read. P.s. You may also enjoy Naya Nuki.

    5. Chelsea Dyreng

      Ken Thomasma writes very empowering books for young readers. His sentences are short and the stories are swift moving and filled with action. My daughter especially enjoyed this one, so much that she said I HAD to read it. I can see why she loved it so much, but as an adult I need more depth. But I'm giving it 5 stars because my daughter told me to.

    6. Lisa

      I went through a phase in fourth and fifth grade where I was obsessed with American Indian stories. I seriously couldn't get enough Kenneth Thomasma.

    7. marissa:]

      Ok, this book is so awesome!! I read it in like, a day because it was impossible to put down. I know the title sounds kinda weird but, wow, this is a good book!!

    8. Abby

      Since it is a school book I won't do a full review. This book was boring, and the author was repetitive! It was also quite gory! 'Nuf said.

    9. Lindsay Wuchner

      This is a great story about the courage of a young girl. I read it when I was younger and just picked it up again for a quick read and remember why I loved it so much.

    10. Kristyn

      The author visited my elementary school. I remember my friends and I obsessively reading these books after that.

    11. Erin Gillian

      Pathki Nana should have been a happy eight-year-old Kootnai Indian Girl who solves a mystery about Cut Ears, the villain.

    12. Krysta

      I remember reading this book and others like it in Elementary school and loving the adventure and intriguing descriptions of Native American life.

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