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How the Stars Fell into the Sky: A Navajo Legend (Sandpiper Houghton… (udgave 1996)

af Jerrie Oughton (Forfatter), Lisa Desimini (Illustrator)

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A retelling of the Navaho legend that explains the patterns of the stars in the sky.
Medlem:Tanyka
Titel:How the Stars Fell into the Sky: A Navajo Legend (Sandpiper Houghton Mifflin Books)
Forfattere:Jerrie Oughton (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Lisa Desimini (Illustrator)
Info:HMH Books for Young Readers (1996), Edition: Sandpiper Houghton Mifflin Books, 32 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
Vurdering:*****
Nøgleord:Myths

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Reading Level: Primary[return]Genre: Traditional Literature[return]Summary: The retelling of a Navajo legend that explains why the stars are arranged the way they are in the sky. [return]Evaluation: This is an entertaining legend that will hopefully get students interested in the Native American culture. Instead of simply reading about the Navajos in a textbook; the student will be able to understand the legends and culture of the people. The content of this book is age appropriate and provides a simple story for students. I think this book would be great in the classroom.
  kristi_test_01 | Sep 12, 2019 |
How the Stars Fell into the Sky: A Navajo Legend is a story of how the First Woman tries to write the laws of the land by putting them in the sky with the stars. She lays out her blanket with the stars on the ground and then slowly spends her time placing them in the sky. Coyote was observing First Woman and offered to help her; however, he was extremely impatient and takes the blanket and throws all the stars into the sky causing the world confusion as to what the laws are. I would love to use this book in a science unit to start into a unit about constellations which then can be lead into a fun activity of using string games to make some constellations. ( )
  Tanyka | Apr 26, 2018 |
Reading Level: Primary
Genre: Traditional Literature
Summary: The retelling of a Navajo legend that explains why the stars are arranged the way they are in the sky.
Evaluation: This is an entertaining legend that will hopefully get students interested in the Native American culture. Instead of simply reading about the Navajos in a textbook; the student will be able to understand the legends and culture of the people. The content of this book is age appropriate and provides a simple story for students. I think this book would be great in the classroom.
  rdg301library | May 27, 2014 |
Oughton brings us the Navajo legend of how the stars appeared into the sky. It is about the first man and woman. The woman wants to write the laws of the people because she is concerned for the future. First man is more concerned about right now and doesn't pay much attention to her idea. She begins placing the stars into the sky and creating her laws. A coyote asked her if he could help and she agreed. At first the coyote was helpful however he became very impatient and without her knowing just threw all the stars into the sky. This is a good story to use in the classroom because it can teach that hastiness can cause discord. The illustrations were warm and beautiful. I would recommend for grades 2-4. ( )
  Imandayeh | Jan 27, 2014 |
porquoi tale, Navajo origin
  bp0128bd | Jan 24, 2014 |
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