R. Allen Chappell



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Navajo Autumn (A Navajo Nat...

3.79 avg rating — 1,060 ratings — published 2013 — 5 editions
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Boy Made of Dawn (Navajo Na...

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Ancient Blood (Navajo Natio...

4.12 avg rating — 843 ratings — published 2014 — 4 editions
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Mojado (Navajo Nation Myste...

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Magpie Speaks (Navajo Natio...

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Wolves of Winter (Navajo Na...

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The Bible Seller (Navajo Na...

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Day of the Dead: A Navajo N...

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The Fat of The Land

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A Navajo Nation Mystery: Bo...

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“Charlie cursed in English as there are no really good Navajo curse words.”
R. Allen Chappell, Navajo Autumn

“The boy was called from his work of teaching the dog to retrieve a stick. Secretly, the dog thought he was teaching the boy to throw it. They both came to the call rather reluctantly as each felt himself just on the verge of success.”
R. Allen Chappell, Boy Made of Dawn

“Lucy showed her the tiny imperfection purposely woven into the warp of one corner. Sue knew this almost imperceptible thread at the lower corner of the blanket was done to allow the weavers spirit to escape the piece, insuring she could detach her spirit from it and let it go. It was thought the weaver became part of the piece during the creation. It was a tradition common in most Navajo art.”
R. Allen Chappell, Boy Made of Dawn

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