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Read online Anahita's Woven Riddle.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Anahita's Woven Riddle Growing up as part of a Muslim nomadic tribe in Iran Anahita has always been headstrong and independent When her parents try to make a marriage match between her and her tribe s khan a type of inter tribe leader Anahita rebels She will gladly marry she says but only to the man who can solve the riddle she weaves into her wedding carpet by Meghan Nuttall Sayres

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Anahita's Woven Riddle
Title:Anahita's Woven Riddle
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ISBN:0810954818
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Number of Pages:368
Category:Historical fiction, Young adult, Historical, Romance, Fiction, Teen
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Daughters of the Desert: Stories of Remarkable Women from Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Traditions, Love and Pomegranates: Artists and Wayfarers on Iran, El acertijo de Anahita (Novela (roca)), Weaving Tapestry in Rural Ireland: Taipeis Gael, Donegal, Anahita's Woven Riddle, Night Letter, The Shape Of Betts Meadow: A Wetlands Story
This is the story of a group of young weavers in the Gaeltacht the Irish speaking section of Donegal who with the help of village elders formed a tapestry weaving cooperative called Taipeis Gael, A significant contribution to the literature on Iran Reese Erlich Peabody Award winner and author of i The Iran Agenda i br br i Love and Pomegranates i is a collection of testimonials from people who have journeyed into the heart of the enemy and found themselves identifying with the other It is a model for citizen diplomacy and activism through travel br br b Meghan Nuttall Sayres b attended Iran s first International Children s Book Festival and was the first American to weave on Iran s World Peace Carpet a UNESCO project Her young adult novels i Anahita s Woven Riddle i an ALA Top Ten Best Book and i Night Letter i are set in Iran, From School Library Journal br reschool Grade Sayres recounts how Gunnar Holmquist bought and restored a acre dry pasture to its natural wetland state After mapping the meadow to discover where streams had flowed he dug ponds planted trees and wildflowers restocked fish and watched the landscape change through the seasons The return of animals birds and plants will gladden readers as much as it did Holmquist While many books document the destruction of habitats this simple text offers hope that people can make a difference The full spread illustrations are adequate This book might be paired with Molly Cone s Squishy Misty Damp and Muddy Sierra Club o p which includes many fine photos of the wetland environment Sayres concludes with brief introductions to wetland plants and animals found in Betts Meadow in Washington state She includes addresses of conservation organizations and lists some books with information about wetlands restoration All of them are quite lengthy and aimed at a much older readership On its own this picture book can encourage readers to participate in preserving and enhancing their natural surroundings br Kathy Piehl Minnesota State University Mankato br Copyright Cahners Business Information Inc br From Booklist br Ages This picture book account of the renewal of a dry meadow in Washington State begins when a local doctor decides to purchase the land and restore it to its original state as a wetland Friar s watercolor illustrations first show the doctor mapping the area from the air to establish where streams once flowed then working the heavy equipment to dig holes for ponds Other pictures show the gradual return of birds fish frogs and large mammals The story is simply and elegantly told and it has an immediacy lacking in many books about the subject Dust clung to Gunnar s mustache Grit tickled his teeth and throat Both the art and the text make this a pleasant change of pace on the subject Todd Morning br Copyright American Library Association All rights reserved, b How would the most cherished stories of Christianity Judaism and Islam be different if women were the active central figures b br br This ground breaking collection of short stories brings to life the women daring brave thoughtful and wise who played important and exciting roles in the early days of Judaism Christianity and Islam br br Join Esther as she stands against injustice and her king to save her people Aisha as she leads hundreds of men into terrifying battle and Mary as she and Elizabeth dream of the new lives growing inside them How must Sarah have felt turning Hagar out into the desert And how must Hagar have felt traveling from the safety and security of Abraham s land toward an uncertain future These stories invite us to come to know and appreciate the struggles and triumphs of these women mothers daughters believers and seekers br br