Journey of the Freckled Indian: A Tlingit Culture Story
₡7.440

Journey of the Freckled Indian: A Tlingit Culture Story

Alyssa K. London

Journey of the Freckled Indian: A Tlingit Culture Story Journey of the Freckled Indian: A Tlingit Culture Story

Journey of the Freckled Indian: A Tlingit Culture Story

Alyssa K. London

₡7.440
+ ¢2,800 de envío o gratis en pedidos mayores a ¢35,000
×

GO es una membresía anual que te brinda mayores beneficios para que podás disfrutár de la mejor experiencia de compra. El costo de la membresía es ¢14,900 por año.
Beneficios
  • ✔ Envío gratis siempre
  • ✔ Precios exclusivos
  • ✔ Soporte prioritario
Ver más detalles
×

Opciones de Envío

Las opciones de envío dependen de si el producto es elegible para entrega rápida o no. Podés distinguirlos por el icono de camión:

Elegible Entrega Rápida Tiempo Costo
2 Horas ¢3,500
Mismo Día ¢3,200
2 a 3 Días GRATIS*
No 3 a 5 Días GRATIS*

Excepciones

*Envío Gratis: El envío es GRATIS en órdenes mayores a ¢35,000, caso contrario es ¢2,800.

2 Horas: Entrega 2 Horas es con Uber Direct en zonas especificas y esta disponible de 8am a 3pm.

Mismo Día: Para entrega Mismo Día la orden debe ser realizada antes de las 2pm, caso contrario se convierte en Siguiente Día.

Línea Blanca: Línea blanca y otros productos pesados tienen un costo de envío de ¢10,000 en GAM y ¢25,000 fuera de GAM.

Libros: La mayoría de libros requieren de un proceso de importación y el tiempo de entrega es de 15 a 20 días naturales.

Correos de Costa Rica: En órdenes mayores a ¢35,000, cubrimos el costo del primer Kilo, el Kilo adicional tiene un costo de ¢1,300.

Encomiendas: Las Encomiendas tienen un costo de envío de ¢4,000 y se retiran en la terminal de buses seleccionada.

Fuera del GAM: El tiempo de entrega corresponde al tiempo que demoramos en entregar al servicio de mensajería que seleccionaste.

Unimart GO

Entrega Rápida Mismo Día
Ver opciones de envío aquí

tarjeta

Tarjeta Davivienda Unimart
Hasta 24 cuotas 0% interés aquí

×

Pedidos Internacionales

¿Cual es el tiempo de entrega en este tipo de producto?

Los pedidos internacionales tienen un tiempo de entrega de 15 a 20 días naturales puesto deben pasar por un proceso de importación al país.

¿Porque ofrecen este tipo de producto que aun no esta en el país?

Nos permite brindarte mas amplitud de opciones sin que vos tengas que hacer el trámite de importación. Nosotros lo entregamos directo en tu casa y el precio que ves publicado es el precio que vos pagás. Sin sorpresas.

Unimart GO

Pedido Internacional Entrega 15 a 20 Días
¿Porque este tiempo de entrega?

Cantidad:

¿Por qué comprar con Unimart?
Unimart garantia Garantía y respaldo local
Unimart excelente servicio Excelente servicio
Los mejores precios Los mejores precios

Pagos:

×

Métodos de Pago

Podés elegir cualquiera de las siguientes opciones de pago:

A) Tarjeta de Crédito o Débito

B) Cuotas de Credomatic, Credix y Davivienda

C) Transferencia Bancaria

D) SINPE Móvil

E) Zunify

Tarjeta, Transferencia, SINPE Móvil, Zunify Más info

En cuotas:

×

Opciones de Cuotas

Tarjeta Programa Cantidad de Cuotas Cuota
Credomatic Tasa Cero 3 ₡2.480
Credomatic Tasa Cero 6 ₡1.240
Credomatic Tasa Cero 12 ₡620
Credomatic Mini Cuotas 24 ₡437
Credix 0% interés 3 ₡2.480
Credix 0% interés 6 ₡1.240
Credix Cuoticas 24 ₡435
Davivienda Paguitos 0% interés 3 ₡2.480
Davivienda Paguitos 0% interés 6 ₡1.240
Davivienda Paguitos 0% interés 12 ₡620
Ver cuotas
Descripción

Mission: The Freckled Indian book series seeks to help children be proud of who they are and increase their confidence in their identity. The book helps to spread a message of belief and pride in yourself and your culture.

The Journey of the Freckled Indian children's book pushes boundaries because it engages in the conversation of what it means to be Tlingit, Alaska Native and Native American in today's world. The concept of identity is very multi-faceted, and is not necessarily defined by skin color or blood quantum, but by family heritage and a person's involvement in their community. This first Freckled Indian children's book helps introduce children to the topic of identity as it pertains to who they are and where they come from, which is very important in constructing a sense of self-confidence. The book will also allow parents to start a conversation with their children about how the outside world may not always see them for who they are, nevertheless they must stand proud and draw that strength from inside themselves.

Summary: A young girl is growing up in two worlds; suburban western culture, and Native American culture. Even though her family tells her to be confident in who she is and not let anyone challenge it, she struggles to be confident in her identity. The book series follows her journey as she comes to understand and make sense of her heritage and be confident in who she is.

Further Synopsis:

The story is about a mixed-race Tlingit girl who grows up outside of her community, but gets made fun of after a classroom show-and -tell about her culture by her classmates because she doesn't look like their idea of an Indian. So, her parents fly her to spend the summer with her Tlingit grandfather to learn about her culture and where her family comes from. Through her adventures fishing and exploring with her grandfather, as well as some interactions with Tlingit mythological characters, she develops a connection with the land and her heritage and gains a strong sense of who she is and where she comes from.

Detalles
Formato Tapa suave
Número de Páginas 32
Lenguaje Inglés
Editorial Culture Story
Fecha de Publicación 2020-10-12
Dimensiones 8.5" x 8.5" x 0.08" pulgadas
Letra Grande No
Con Ilustraciones Si
Edad 4-7
Temas Nativo Americano, Nativo Americano
Acerca del Autor

Rickert

Bolter, Monica: - Monica Rickert-Bolter is a Chicago-based visual artist of Potawatomi, African American, and German descent. Her artwork combines traditional techniques with digital coloring to create expressive characters and tell their diverse stories. Passionate about storytelling through art, she advocates for cultural representation in any project she undertakes. In 2019, Monica collaborated with The Floating Museum's "Founders" project, where contributed artwork and served as the model for Kitihawa, a Potawatomi woman and underrepresented founder of Chicago. Currently, Monica has multiple children's books in development and is a concept artist for Smyles Creative, LLC. She regularly does graphic and layout designs for institutions and nonprofits, such as The Field Museum andNative Americans in Philanthropy.

Singletary, Preston

The art of Preston Singletary has become synonymous with the relationship between European glass blowing traditions and Northwest Native art. His artworks feature themes of transformation, animal spirits, and shamanism through elegant blown glass forms and mystical sand carved Tlingit designs.Preston learned the art of glass blowing by working with artists in the Seattle area. As a student and assistant, he initially focused on mastering the techniques of the European tradition. His work took him to Kosta Boda (Sweden), where he studied Scandinavian design and met his future wife. Internationally recognized, Preston's artworks are included in museum collections such as The British Museum, The Museum of Fine Arts, The Seattle Art Museum, The Corning Museum of Glass, The Microsoft Art Collection, The Mint Museum of Art and Design, The Heard Museum, and The Smithsonian Institution.

London, Alyssa K.

Alyssa London is American Indian Tlingit, which is an Alaska Native tribe from Southeast Alaska. She also has French and Scottish ancestry as well as Czech and Norwegian heritage from her mother's side. In 2017 Alyssa became Miss Alaska USA, and placed top ten at Miss USA 2017. Now she is pursuing her love of performance and storytelling as a TV host. Her other professional experience and pursuits include business development and marketing in the technology industry, art and entrepreneurship through her brand Culture Story, and her speaking business.
Garantía & Otros
Garantía: 30 dias por defectos de fabrica
Peso: 0.1 kg
SKU: 9781734286304
Publicado en Unimart.com: 11/01/24
Feedback:
¿Viste un precio más bajo? Queremos saber.
×

Informános Sobre un Mejor Precio

Journey of the Freckled Indian: A Tlingit Culture Story


¿Viste un precio más bajo? Queremos saber. Aunque no podemos igualar todos los precios, usaremos tus comentarios para asegurarnos que nuestros precios sean competitivos.

¿Adonde viste un precio más bajo?

×
Journey of the Freckled Indian: A Tlingit Culture Story

Journey of the Freckled Indian: A Tlingit Culture Story

Opiniones & Preguntas