San Juan School District has four new Navajo publications
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Covers of several new books recently published by the San Juan School District.  The books are used to teach Navajo language and culture in schools and homes throughout the Southwest United States.		Courtesy photos
Covers of several new books recently published by the San Juan School District. The books are used to teach Navajo language and culture in schools and homes throughout the Southwest United States. Courtesy photos
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The San Juan School District has released four new titles in their succesful series of books which teach Navajo language and culture.

The three Coyote books complete their series of twelve Coyote Tale books. All twelve books are in full color, with text in both English and Navajo. Just turn the book over to get the full story in the other language.

In Watering the Corn, James and Tyrone are supposed to water the corn, but they get distracted catching gophers. English and Navajo. The cost is $7.

In Coyote and Bobcat, Coyote and Bobcat trick each other and change their shapes forever. English and Navajo. The cost is $6.

In Coyote and Skunk, Coyote and Skunk try to trick the animals into thinking Coyote is dead, then Skunk tricks Coyote. English and Navajo. The cost is $6.

In Coyote Tosses His Eyes, Coyote tries to play the eye tossing game like the birds and loses his precious eyes. English and Navajo. The cost is $7.

You can see their entire catalog at www.sanjuan.k12.ut.us/media/mediaweb. They are in the process of updating their web site, but for now please be patient with their old slow one.

Order by faxing your PO to 435-678-1283, phoning Karen at 435-678-1229, e-mailing Karen at kdufur@sanjuanschools.org or mailing your order to Media Center, 28 W. 200 N., Blanding, UT 84511.

Please include 10 percent for shipping expenses.
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