[Reading] ➭ When Bear Stole the Chinook ➵ Harriet Peck Taylor – Instaposter.us

When Bear Stole the ChinookIn This Story From The Siksika Formerly Known As The Blackfoot , Spring Fails To Come To The Land A Boy Discovers The Reason Bear Has Stolen The Chinook Then The Boy And His Friends Owl, Coyote, Weasel, Prairie Chicken, And Magpie Set Out In Pursuit Of Bear When They Locate His Den, The Problem Becomes Freeing The Chinook From The Fierce Animal But Thanks To The Boy S Ingenuity, The Group Prevails Spring Returns, The Tribe Celebrates, And From That Time On, Bear Is Compelled To Sleep Through Winter Harriet Peck Taylor S Simple, Strong Words And Brilliant Batiks Capture The Drama Of The Story And The Stark Beauty Of The Winter Landscape.

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[Reading] ➭ When Bear Stole the Chinook ➵ Harriet Peck Taylor – Instaposter.us
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • When Bear Stole the Chinook
  • Harriet Peck Taylor
  • English
  • 15 January 2018
  • 9780374305895

10 thoughts on “When Bear Stole the Chinook

  1. says:

    This Native American Folklore tale starts when a Siksika Indian village hasn t received the spring yet Word got around the village that a bear had stolen the chinook, also known as the warm dry wind A young boy and his animal friends set out to retrieve the chinook from this bear and to bring spring to their village at last, and hibernation for bears through the winter This is on my favorites shelf because I think Native American folklore is so interesting and such a good book option to include in the classroom because Native American culture is so important for young students to learn Teachers in the grades 2 4 can use this story as part of an introduction to folklore and the components of these tall tales It can also be used as an i...

  2. says:

    This book will stay on my shelves Not only is the art beautifully done, the story is engaging The boy is an orphan who tackles a big problem with the help of his animal friends Each animal has a specific ability that helps solve the problem Which then provides a perfect opportunity to point out that each animal fits into an ecosystem where it plays a role If one speci...

  3. says:

    My girls were raving throughout our time of reading this book about the beautifully done illustrations The colors are rich and vibrant, the style speaks of the origins of the tale, and they really do come...

  4. says:

    This is a story from the Blackfoot Tribe A boy must go and rescue the Chinook spring winds from the hibernating bear in order to bring back Spring to his people Great example of a traditional story, and the pictures and colors are simply stunning.

  5. says:

    This Siksika Blackfoot legend explains why bears hibernate The illustrations are beautiful, with blanket type patterns on top and bottom of each page Author s note explains the origins of this folktale.

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