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Star Boy af Paul Goble
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Star Boy (udgave 1983)

af Paul Goble (Forfatter)

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Relates the Blackfoot Indian legend in which Star Boy gains the Sun's forgiveness for his mother's disobedience and is allowed to return to the Sky World.
Medlem:laurentravers
Titel:Star Boy
Forfattere:Paul Goble (Forfatter)
Info:Atheneum/Richard Jackson Books (1983), Edition: First Edition, 32 pages
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
A young woman falls in love with the Morning Star and they have a son, Star Boy. When Star Boy and his mother must return to Earth from the Sky World, they face the challenge of being caught between the two worlds, not quite fitting in in either. When Star Boy is grown, he goes on a quest to find the Sun in the Sky World, and try to once again unite the two worlds. ( )
  tessayondorf | Jul 17, 2017 |
Unlike other books by Goble that I  have read, this has a complete author's note referring the story to one nation, the Blackfoot.  This is also an interesting story, as it has themes and tropes in common with folklore and mythology from other people.  For example, it has 'the one you cannot have' in common with Bluebeard's locked room and Eve's apple in the Garden. ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
This is another very enjoyable book! This story is a Native American folktale about the stars in the sky being godlike characters. The illustrations are very much in the geometric Native American theme.The pictures were water colored which also added to the sense of culture. I noticed that each animal or plants section had a little white boarder with no paint. This is how the illustrator created depth in the paintings. The strong sense of connectedness to nature that is well known in the Native American culture was definitely present seeing that the book was all about the earth and stars and animals that the main character, Star Boy met along his journey to met his Grandfather Sun. The text was very straight forward and did not have much metaphor but had a lot of description of the nature, again adding to the theme of connectedness. This story is one about the morals of obedience and living a “pure” life. Star boy was punished for his mothers actions and forced to live a poor life on earth as an ugly scar faced man but made the most of it until he found his Grandfather Sun. He was told he would find Sun in his Sun Lodge by going, “to the place where Sun sings down each evening.” When he got there his perseverance paid off and the Sun took away his scars ( )
  cscapp1 | Mar 2, 2015 |
This is is a indian tale that shows the means of forgivness.
  krs027 | Sep 15, 2010 |
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