Item description for The Unbreakable Code by Sara Hoagland Hunter & Julia Miner...
Overview John's grandfather explains to him how the Navajo language, faith, and ingenuity helped win World War II
Publishers Description This book portrays the quiet pride of a Navajo code talker as he explains to his grandson how the Navajo language, faith and ingenuity helped win World War II.
Citations And Professional Reviews The Unbreakable Code by Sara Hoagland Hunter & Julia Miner has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Publishers Weekly - 04/08/1996 page 68
School Library Journal - 08/01/1996 page 123
Hornbook Guide to Children - 01/01/1996 page 261
School Library Journal - 08/01/1998
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Studio: Rising Moon
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.43" Width: 10.93" Height: 0.42" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 1996
Publisher Rising Moon
ISBN 0873586387 ISBN13 9780873586382
Availability 2 units. Availability accurate as of May 22, 2017 05:44.
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More About Sara Hoagland Hunter & Julia Miner
Sara Hoagland Hunter currently resides in South Natick, in the state of Massachusetts.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Unbreakable Code?
Important for all readers Jul 11, 2002
This book is a terrific book, not only because it is well written and inspiring, but because it tells about important history.
The book brings to non-Indian children a sense that Native Americans are not just some people who lived in Tipis a long time ago. It also teaches them about the very important contibution made by one Native Nation to this country.
To Indian children, especially Dine, it can help bolster cultural pride and demonstrate the importance of their own people in this country.
Wonderful book! May 13, 2002
I highly recommend this book! What a great way to help children understand the power of communication and true heros. Bravo!
Grandfather said, "You have an unbreakable code." Jun 10, 2000
Author, Sara Hoagland Hunter, tells a beautiful story of a young boy's fears of moving off the reservation and leaving his grandfather. But John's grandfather tells him he will be all right, for he has something very special to take with him: he has the unbreakable code--the code that saved the lives of thousands of American in the Pacific during WWII. The history of the Navajo Codetalkers comes alive in this children's book and provides the code at the end of the book. Something all young readers are fascinated by. This book paired with the new GI Joe Navajo Codetalker action figure makes the perfect gifts for boys (and girls) who are interested in WWII history.
A wonderful way to learn history Apr 22, 1998
I shared this book with third graders. They loved the mystery of the code and the fact that it was a true story. They were intrigued by the grandfather's part in history and that the Navaho language has no alphabet. I liked the irony of the code breakers using the language they had been denied use of in school.
A bit of history that held my second graders captive. Nov 24, 1997
I had never heard of the Navajo code talkers so this book opened my eyes as well as those of my second graders. This wonderful book educated all of us and touched our hearts. We shared what we had learned about the code talkers with all we encountered. This piece of history should not be overlooked!