IS NOT MY INDIAN NAME
York : HarperCollins, 2001.
is not my Indian name ; not the way people think of Indian names.
But I am an Indian and it is the name my parents gave me." This is
the story of 14 year old Rain who has just lost her best friend.
How does a young girl handle her feelings of loss when she isn't ready
to face her pain? Rain finds her truth through the lens of a camera.
Hired to photograph the local Indian Camp program, Rain at first tries
to be objective and not get involved with the campers. Will her growing
awareness of her culture and her experiences at the camp her help come
to terms with death? To find out, read RAIN IS NOT MY INDIAN NAME by Cynthia
Death -- Fiction.
Grief -- Fiction.
Photography -- Fiction.
Indians of North America -- Fiction.
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