Bound by magic to Old Mother, Beetle Girl lives a lonely life on the fringes of her Native American society. When forced into the role of Keeper of the Ravens, she must break the bonds of her cruel mother, confront a powerful shape-shifter who threatens to destroy the village, and solve the mystery of her past.
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Reading “Sister Raven”, a tale of simpler, mystical times, a girl's awakening to her own magical powers and her family's secret, is like walking from a thick forest into a clear, pastoral setting. Karen Levine's simple, clean, honest, narrative soothes, cleanses and re-invigorates. Danielle Daly's complements Ms. Levine's work admirably with a talented, thoroughly professional reading. Kudos to both of these women for their good work. A good piece for those of us who yearn for a simpler times.
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If you could sum up Sister Raven in three words, what would they be?
Love Conquers All.
What about Danielle Daly’s performance did you like?
She did a good job. She sounded like a Native American. She had presence.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I enjoyed the whole book. I am so glad to find a book on which ravens aren't a bad omen. I have Raven on my totem, so I have respect for this story.
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