HOSK-KI, THE NAVAJO by Florence Hayes

HOSK-KI, THE NAVAJO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The strange ways of the white man seen through the eyes of a Navajo boy during his first months in a mission school. The story is told sympathetically and with humor, and while there have been a number of stories of the Indians' adjustment to the white world there seems a definite place for this excellent addition to the collection of stories of the American Indian of today.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1943
Publisher: Random House