A slight story to support a great deal of interesting factual material on the Navaho Indian from an ethnologist's viewpoint. Judy and Jon, accompanying their parents, live in the home of Yellow Singer, medicine man. Here they become part of the community as good friends of the children and favorites of some of the adults. Descriptions of many unusual ceremonies make this useful as regional material. New Mexico and a trip from the East to reach the reservation form part of their unique experience.