Indian Kitty Powwow Princess

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Catherine Whipple, Jul 14, 2008 - Cat dolls - 28 pages
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Indian Kitty Powwow Princess is a fun and educational paper doll toy that teaches children about Native American/ American Indian powwows, and what it means to be an "Indian Princess". Indian Kitty comes with three different styles of dance outfits, as well as contemporary clothes and accessories that every modern day kitty needs. She also comes with a mini-powwow guide to take to powwows. The mini-guide describes the different types of dance styles and includes photos of American Indian dancers in full regalia. It also gives a basic overview of what a powwow is, the two main types of powwows, and proper powwow etiquette.Indian Kitty Powwow Princess is designed to teach children in a fun and inclusive way that American Indian people are still here and our culture is thriving. And its dispels the myth of the "Indian Princess". It is also an invitation to children and their families to attend a powwow near them to learn more about American Indians.
 

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Cat Whipple is a photographer, graphic designer, and digital/ collage artist. She is the editor of a Native American newspaper and author of the www.self-help-healing-arts-journal.com, a website devoted to teaching people about using art as a self healing tool. She is an enrolled member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in South Dakota.

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