"The tale unfolds in both English and Navajo, the bilingual layout making it clear to non-Navajo readers that both language and culture remain vigorous. (author's note) (Picture book. 5-8)"
When Cinnibah, who lives alone with her widowed father, breaks her mother's metate (grinding stone), she undertakes a quest through Navajoland to find someone to mend it.
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