Raven House Mouse, by Jan Steinbright

Raven House Mouse: How a Lonely Orphan came to be Accepted into a Tlingit Clan
Raven House Mouse
ISBN: 978-1-935347-83-5
Paperback: $16.95
Children’s

The enchanting story of how a mouse came to live in a Tlingit (Indian) clan house in Haines, Alaska, and became part of the culture. When the mouse finds the Tlingit clan house, he thinks he’s sneaky enough to avoid being caught, but what he doesn’t know is that the tribe leader is watching his every move.

Readers will learn about the rich Tlingit customs, be exposed to the language through an English-Tlingit Glossary, and be entertained my the mouse and his adventures.

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