A Dinâ€š Alphabet Book"" is the subtitle of this attractive, confusing presentation of aspects of Navajo culture. Problems arise from the outset: ""Aa Arroyo/Bb Belt/Cc Cradle board."" All but five words appearing with the initial letters are English, not Dinâ€š. Only in a pronunciation guide and glossary at the end do persistent readers learn that the Dinâ€š word for arroyo is bikooh. The usual ABC audience will be disoriented, but even older children may not know that on the page for ""Oo 'Ooljâ€šâ€š' "" they're supposed be looking at the moon in the softly colored drawing and not the mountain. Much care graces Tapahonso's debut, but it's bound to be misunderstood.