Storm Boy

Storm Boy

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A story drawn from Haida Indian literary tradition in which a boy falls from his canoe into a world of eighteen-foot tall humanlike creatures who welcome him and eventually return him to his village.
Publisher: Hillsboro, Oregon : Beyond Words Publishing, [1995]
Copyright Date: ©1995
ISBN: 9781582460574
1582460574
9781883672966
1883672961
9781885223128
1885223129
Branch Call Number: jE LEWIS
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 29 cm

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A story drawn from Haida Indian literary tradition in which a boy falls from his canoe into a world of eighteen-foot tall humanlike creatures who welcome him and eventually return him to his village.

A story drawn from Haida Indian literary tradition in which a boy falls from his canoe into a world of eighteen-foot tall humanlike creatures who welcome him and eventually return him to his village.


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Thrown from his canoe during an ocean storm, a young Native American boy is washed ashore under a strange sky near a village inhabited by very large people who make him welcome.

Thrown from his canoe during an ocean storm, a young Native American boy is washed ashore under a strange sky near a village inhabited by very large people who make him welcome.

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AspenRichter
Jan 04, 2017

Large, single page illustrations are paired with large print, simpler text. Good for pre-K through early elementary, I would guess.

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