Kaya american girl doll horse

8.53  ·  2,314 ratings  ·  700 reviews
Posted on by
kaya american girl doll horse

Meet Kaya (American Girls: Kaya, #1) by Janet Beeler Shaw

Kaya is a Nimiipuu (called Nez Perce by Americans) living in 1674, and travelling with her family to the river to join other Nimiipuu in catching the salmon headed upstream. Kaya’s is prideful, particularly of her horse, Steps High, and leaves to race with a group of boys, leaving behind her little brothers. All of the children are punished for her transgression, and Kaya strives to act more humbly. Though she has a couple of minor setbacks, she shows her bravery when she rides her horse into the swiftly moving river to save her friend.

This is one of the books in the American Girl series, which features young girls living in historical times. The books are intended to serve as a jumping off point to interest girls in various historical periods (and, of course, to sell American Girl dolls). Like the other American Girl books, Meet Kaya is appropriate for ages 8-12, and will skew heavily to girls. Unlike other books, Kaya’s stories were prepared with guidance from an advisory board made up of cultural historians and Nez Perce Elders. They approved plot lines, historical matter at the end of the books, and glossaries of Nimiipuu words. Booklist calls the Kaya series “both historically accurate and culturally sensitive,” but A Broken Flute has a number of complaints about the series, including anachronistic word choices, overreliance on nature metaphors, inaccurate details of family life and rituals, and a general “filtering through a white consciousness.”
File Name: kaya american girl doll horse.zip
Size: 29278 Kb
Published 11.07.2019

American Girl Doll Kaya Her Horse And Tepee For $50 From Craigslist

Kaya is very proud that her beloved horse, Steps High, chose her. She loves training horses with her father and riding Steps High whenever she can. A deep brown Appaloosa mare with a white star on her forehead and a black mane and tail.
Janet Beeler Shaw

Kaya's Foal, Sparks Flying

Kaya loves riding her horse, and this saddle's high front and back and faux leather saddle pad allow Kaya to sit comfortably. The pretend leather saddle has decorative side panels, a faux sheepskin lining, and an adjustable strap to secure it to her horse. We are unable to complete your request at this time. If you need help, please call and one of our service representatives will be happy to assist you. You are an American Girl Rewards Member now. Three tiers. Premium perks.

When Kaya is reunited with her missing mare, Steps High, she's delighted to see she now has a little spotted foal. Kaya names him Sparks Flying after she rescues him from a burning forest. Help her care for this fabric-covered white foal with dark brown spots and a black mane and tail. We are unable to complete your request at this time. If you need help, please call and one of our service representatives will be happy to assist you. You are an American Girl Rewards Member now.

Get A Copy

American Girl 1764 Meet Kaya

Welcome back! If you have saved your information by registering at americangirl. Please use the email associated with your account. Three tiers. Premium perks. More than ever before.

The dolls portray eight- to eleven-year-old girls of a variety of ethnicities. They are sold with accompanying books told from the viewpoint of the girls. Originally the stories focused on various periods of American history, but were expanded in to include contemporary characters and stories, the latest addition being WellieWishers, a line of This product line aims to teach aspects of American history through a six book series from the perspective of a nine-year-old girl living in that time period. Although the books are written for the eight-to-thirteen-year-old target market, they endeavor to cover topics such as child labor , child abuse , poverty , racism , slavery , alcoholism , animal abuse , and war in manners appropriate for the understanding and sensibilities of the company's target market. The first dolls were created with white muslin bodies, but these cloth bodies were changed in from a white muslin to a matching flesh tone.

0 thoughts on “Meet Kaya (American Girls: Kaya, #1) by Janet Beeler Shaw

Leave a Reply