We all resist change and Anyia’s father, the Chief, was no different.
In the tradition of the Nagoran Village, women were expected to learn the art of cooking and cleaning. But Anyia had a dream and it had nothing to do with cooking and cleaning; she wanted to be a warrior like Amoonda, a famous female warrior.
It is for the young to learn the value of tradition and the not so young to learn the value of change. Author Jacquitta A. McManus has written a lovely book complete with a message.
- Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
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