If You Lived With The Iroquois

by Ellen Levine

Paperback, 1999

Status

Available

Local notes

970.3 Lev

Collection

Series

Publication

Scholastic Paperbacks (1999), Edition: FIST EDITON, 80 pages

Description

Detailed, color paintings and question-and-answer text bring to life traditional ways, customs and everyday world of the Iroquois--one of the most powerful and influential nations of Native American.

Language

Original language

English

Physical description

80 p.; 9.25 inches

ISBN

0590674455 / 9780590674454

Barcode

5956

User reviews

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This story is a great way to teach students about a Native American culture. The book gives a history and a map of their settlement. The book also discusses many topics that children would want to know when studying a new culture. The book addresses food, entertainment, and how the tribe members interact with one another.

The colorful images in the story are appropriate. Many earth tones are used to represent the Native Americans. However, when things are supposed to be colorful they are.

After reading the book children can discuss other Native American tribes and share if they are a member of one.
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Pages

80

Rating

(16 ratings; 4.2)
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