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Spider Woman is an essential element in Navajo weaving tales and practice. She tells tales and has her weaving songs. This book appears to be one in which I could be caught in its web.

Thanks for your support Janine. I hope whoever wins will enjoy it. If anyone wants to purchase a copy, it is available on Amazon or they can contact me at juliannking@yahoo.com

Sounds fascinating! Would love to be included in the giveaway.
Katie V. in NC

What an interesting sounding book - will investigate....

Spiders and weaving , I've taught about each of these over the years and intertwined them. Would love to read the book.

Sounds great!

It sounds like a very readworthy book:)

It sounds like Love Actually--lots of separate vignettes that when combined, tell the much bigger story. I'd love a copy!

Great giveaway, thanks for the chance to win!

Thanks to Juliann for donating the book! Love the "build on" story structure!

But you are part of our web of friendship and that is pretty cool too!

Intriguing book that draws one in. Sounds lovely. Thanks for a chance to win.

Sounds like and interesting read

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