My Name is Inanna

My Name is Inanna Tamara Albanna weaves the tale of Inanna s despair strength and triumph giving children of all ages hope that the dark times in life will pass Arna Baartz illustrates this journey with gorgeous illus

  • Title: My Name is Inanna
  • Author: Tamara Albanna Arna Baartz
  • ISBN: 9781533533654
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tamara Albanna weaves the tale of Inanna s despair, strength and triumph giving children of all ages hope that the dark times in life will pass Arna Baartz illustrates this journey with gorgeous illustrations of the owls, lions, stars, sun and moon that direct Her My Name is Inanna is dedicated to Tamara s beloved homeland, Iraq The Cradle of Civilization the Land ofTamara Albanna weaves the tale of Inanna s despair, strength and triumph giving children of all ages hope that the dark times in life will pass Arna Baartz illustrates this journey with gorgeous illustrations of the owls, lions, stars, sun and moon that direct Her My Name is Inanna is dedicated to Tamara s beloved homeland, Iraq The Cradle of Civilization the Land of the Goddess.

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    1. In My Name is Inanna, Tamara Albanna provides a guiding star for girls and young women: their own divine power. The story is beautifully and simply presented in the voice of the Sumerian Goddess Inanna, who is deeply aware of her own power, and of the need for its guidance through difficult times. Inanna is indeed a powerful Goddess, wise and strong, who knows about the sun and moon and love. She knows too that the best guidance we have—the only thing that navigates us through darkness—is ou [...]

    2. This is a sweet little dedication to the Goddess. At only 30 or so pages (not counting front/back matter) and only a sentence or two per page, it is SHORT. But in that brief time, a nice tale of being strong and self-aware while accepting assistance is told. Honestly, while that's nice, it's the art that blew me away. The pictures are truly stunning. Fair warning to others though, while it didn't bother me and I've already passed the book to my girls (6 & 9), these are painting of a Goddess [...]

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