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The Wave of the Sea-Wolf By David Wisniewski,

  • Title: The Wave of the Sea-Wolf
  • Author: David Wisniewski
  • ISBN: 9780395664780
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Intricate cut paper illustrations incorporating Pacific Northwest motifs accompany this original story of the Tlingit princess Kchokeen, who is rescued from drowning by a guardian spirit that later enables her to summon a great wave and save her people from hostile strangers.
    The Wave of the Sea Wolf Intricate cut paper illustrations incorporating Pacific Northwest motifs accompany this original story of the Tlingit princess Kchokeen who is rescued from drowning by a guardian spirit that later en

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    1. Wow Wisniewski tells a story of warning from a Native American s view of European greed 1780 s sea otter trade in its prime 1820 sea otters almost extinct 1850 whaling and sealing at their height 1870 so few whales remained the industry collapsed, sealing ended 30 years later Logging decimated the ancient rainforest Tlingit and other peoples have made a valiant effort to preserve their culture, but it remains to be seen if the environment will survive Until that time comes, she said aloud I must [...]

    2. Grades K 5Storyline Excellent The characters are interesting with growth and development, students can relate, the setting contributes to the story and the plot will hold interest.The story is about the a Native American Tlingit tribe, their belief in the monster that inhabited the waters Sea Wolf and their experience with a French trading ship.Author Excellent I will admit I m a tiny biased as I met David Wisniewski, on one of his book tours he visited the school I taught at He was amazing with [...]

    3. This is a story about a Native American girl from the Pacific Northwest, her beliefs, and her villages first encounter with Europeans It is beautifully illustrated in paper I would like to have this book in my library for 2nd 4th graders I would use this book when talking about native american culture or the arival of Europeans to North America.

    4. This book is rich with Native American folklore and history this book would be great for the classroom as a supplement for American history or looking at the Native American culture as a whole The illustrations are bold and busy making it a great read for the children In the back of the book there is also information about the specific tribe and the historical events taking place.

    5. Native American story about a Tlingit princess in the Pacific Northwest who has an adventure when she disobeys her mother Strong female heroine.A similar story is Frog Girl by Paul Owen Lewis.

    6. We love Wisniewski s cut paper illustrations Also, the information text in the a note at the back of the story is a must read.

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