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by Arnold Griese
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Anna's Athabaskan Summer. ISBN 10: 1563972328, ISBN 13: 9781563972324.
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Anna’s Athabaskan Summer. Written by Arnold Griese. Publish Date: January 1, 1997. ISBN-13: 9781563976506. By Charles Ragins, Arnold A. A young Athabaskan girl and her family make the annual return to their summer fish camp where they prepare for the long winter ahead. Other Books You Might Like.
NAME OF BOOK: Anna'a Athabaskan Summer AUTHOR: Arnold Griese ILLUSTRATOR: Charles Ragins . Interior Alaska, modern times.
NAME OF BOOK: Anna'a Athabaskan Summer AUTHOR: Arnold Griese ILLUSTRATOR: Charles Ragins YEAR BOOK WAS PUBLISHED: 1995 IS THE BOOK PART OF A SERIES (DESCRIBE)? No what is the setting of the book (time and place)? Interior Alaska, modern times. The author, Arnold Griese, is currently a professor of children's literature at UA. he author taught for 'several years' in a one room school in Tanana and traveled by plane to other villages where he heard tales of ancient days.
Arnold Griese is also the author of Anna's Athabaskan Summer and The Way of Our People. He has been involved with the Athabaskan people since 1951, when he moved from Miami to the Athabaskan village of Tanana. He lives with his wife in Fairbanks, Alaska
Arnold Griese is also the author of Anna's Athabaskan Summer and The Way of Our People. He lives with his wife in Fairbanks, Alaska. Glo Coalson lived for more than a year in an Eskimo village before she moved to New York City to illustrate children's books.