Anacaona, The Golden Flower Queen

The Golden Flower Queen

Anacaona, a Taína native of Quisqueya, which now includes the Dominican Republic and Haiti, lived in the era of Christopher Columbus. She bravely resisted the Spanish invaders, ultimately sacrificing her life. This compelling tale of her bravery is intended to motivate children to be courageous as well.

Category: Juvenile Biography

Format:Bilingual (Eng/Spa)

Size: 7×10 inches; 32 pages

Series: She Was

Ages: 8-12

*Distributed by Ingram and Brodart.

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