Book Reviews of Saba: Under the Hyena's Foot (Girls of Many Lands)

Saba: Under the Hyena's Foot (Girls of Many Lands)
Saba Under the Hyena's Foot - Girls of Many Lands
Author: Jane Kurtz, Jean-Paul Tibbles (Illustrator)
ISBN-13: 9781584857471
ISBN-10: 1584857471
Publication Date: 9/2003
Pages: 210
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: American Girl
Book Type: Paperback
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Back cover: Gondar 1846 I kept my gaze on the ground when the chiefs walked by me, but I do not think I imagined it that many of them studied me as they passed-as carefully as any village father looking for a bride for his son. I wanted to shrink away from their gazes that were like lizard's tongues...
When twelve-year-old Saba and her older brother are kidnapped and taken from their rural home to the royal palace at Gondar, Saba finally learns about her long-lost parents-and her own royal past. With Ethiopia's rulers in the midst of a fierce struggle for control of the throne, what can the King of King's-Emperor Yohannes III-possibly want with her?
She was never told anything about her past and lived in a remote village. She and her brother are kidnapped and the tale unravels. This book was wonderful-I enjoyed it. Then again I like children's books!
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Like the other books in the series this was and amazing book. You get so connected with the girls and feel there pain and other emotions. i reckomend this for all ages and an inspiring book for girls