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Girl Unreserved: revised edition

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Girl Unreserved is a very intimate coming-of-age narrative told from the perspective of a "mixed-blood" girl from a Chippewa Indian reservation in Northern Minnesota.

The story addresses how the concepts of identity, gender, and sexuality are shaped by both our cultural environments as well as the intrinsic, spiritual landscape we grow and carry inside of ourselves throug
Kindle Edition, 140 pages
Published June 9th 2015
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Love this one, I'm normally a pretty tough grader of books very few of my 200 plus read books do I give five stars too, this one earn 5 stars for imaginative truth telling, clear spiritual connection, it was like the very best emotional intellectual 12 step share I've ever heard! It's as if this small child walks up and starts speaking and three hours later you realize you have been listening spellbound the entire time. This was really good, Ms. Hart is a heck of a good writer and she captured a ...more
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Oct 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing
“The thing about water is that it wants to find more of itself, like it recognizes the goodness in being an ever bigger whole, and I find my own movement drawn onward by this same gathering.”

Loved the insight of Winnow, the main character. Her sharing of the blue bird story within Winnow's journey at the aunts boyfriends trampoline was very touching. This story is uniquely and reflectively told, and it makes sense that the author wrote this to aid her own healing. Though mature in content, this
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There is beautiful language in this book and a lot of intelligent observations about loss and love. I'm so glad I read this very important story. ...more
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Tashia Hart (Red Lake Anishinaabe) grew up in the wilds of Minnesota. She loves animals, writing, drawing, plants and cooking.

Her 2020 Moonbeam Children's Award Gold Medal winner, “Gidjie and the Wolves” (Intermediaries, volume 1), is a combination of things she loves.

In addition to the Intermediaries series, she is currently authoring a wild rice cookbook in partnership with the Minnesota Histo

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