Chenoa's Spiritual Journey
What would you do if your parents made an important decision concerning your future; a decision that meant you had to give up family, friends, and the only home you've ever known? For 16-year-old Chenoa Fawn Gray Owl, her parent's decision to leave the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona and move to Ohio would change her life forever. Chenoa is about to embark on a spiritual journey.
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2001 Dear Diary Anna Apache arm around Chenoa back to Whiteriver backpack Barbara bedroom Carissa Ann cheek Chenoa answered Chenoa asked Chenoa didn't know Chenoa felt Chenoa heard Chenoa knew Chenoa looked Chenoa nodded Chenoa sat Chenoa shrugged Chenoa sighed Chenoa thought Chenoa wondered Chenoa's hand coat corn soup Dakotah asked dark eyes door Douglas Erica exclaimed face father feel friends front girl grabbed Gray Owl hair Hartville hate heart hot chocolate hugged ice skate Indian Isabel Janie Long Janie's kissed lake locker Mary Mike Webster mother Native American nice Officer Chambers Okay parents Paul Alchesay powwow Reams River seat Shimaa Shiwoye shook shoulder smiled snow stay stomach stood sure Sweet Grass talk Tamara tell Tiffany told took Victor voice walked Western Apache language What's window Yeah Zach