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Her Seven Brothers

Her Seven Brothers When an Indian girl begins to make clothes beautifully decorated with porcupine quills for seven brothers she has not yet met her parents believe that unseen powers have spoken to her The girl knows

  • Title: Her Seven Brothers
  • Author: Paul Goble
  • ISBN: 9780689717307
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback
  • When an Indian girl begins to make clothes beautifully decorated with porcupine quills for seven brothers she has not yet met, her parents believe that unseen powers have spoken to her The girl knows she must travel to the north country to find the seven brothers She comforts her mother by saying, Soon you will see me again with my brothers everyone will know and loveWhen an Indian girl begins to make clothes beautifully decorated with porcupine quills for seven brothers she has not yet met, her parents believe that unseen powers have spoken to her The girl knows she must travel to the north country to find the seven brothers She comforts her mother by saying, Soon you will see me again with my brothers everyone will know and love us

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    1 thought on “Her Seven Brothers

    1. Folktales retold from any culture are a favorite pick of mine. This is a telling of , no, I'm not going to share the ending. But it is beautiful. I read this to a five-year-old, unsure if the longer story would keep their attention and it did. A beautiful story and illustrations well-matched.

    2. Assignment: Picture Book ProjectCategory: FolktaleRecommending Source: Dr. KimmelReview: A young Cheyenne girl that has the ability to understand the spirits of all living things also has a talent for creating beautiful clothes. One day, she creates clothing and moccasins to give to her future seven brothers she had seen in her mind. After her journey to find them, they accept her offerings and look after her. They lived together happily until the chief of the Buffalo Nation wanted to take the g [...]

    3. Paul Goble is the author and illustrator of Her Seven Brothers, a Native American folklore. A Cheyenne Indian girl, who has visions, is gifted with the ability to embroider beautiful clothing. While living with her seven brothers, a Buffalo Nation attacks the brothers in order to steal the girl. As the seven brothers and the girl climb the tree to escape the buffalo’s angry attack, the brothers and the girl climb into the sky. Hence, the legend of the Big Dipper is discovered. This book is int [...]

    4. Wonderful folk tale about how the Big Dipper came to be in the sky. Stylized illustrations add to the story. Another rendition of this story can be found in Quillworker by Terri Cohlene.

    5. This is a good book when you're talking about different types of myths and stories that explain why the world is how it is. I like this story as a read aloud, as a book for independent readers who are into American Indians, or as a classroom book when studying different tribes or Indian traditions and lifestyles

    6. Tells the Native American tale of how the Big Dipper came to be. Briefly introduces Cheyenne beliefs. Author notes include story origins as well as Native American methods of illustration and design. Story had similarities to traditional European fairytales with use of number 7, the unquestioned use of magic, and stereotypical gender roles.

    7. native american story told by Paul Globe one of the best native story tellers, the art work is block print, the stories, are related to native stories, explaining the creation of the world, of man and how things are.

    8. An interesting retelling of the Cheyenne legend of how the Big Dipper came to be in the sky, the illustrations in this book are vivid and just amazing to see.

    9. Native American tale. Definitely for the 5+ age group. Would be neat to pair with a trip to the Indiana state museum to see porcupine quill clothing and teepees.

    10. I enjoyed this picture book of a Cheyenne story. The illustrations are wonderful and the story is beautiful. Recommend.

    11. This is an interesting story of of the Cheyenne legend of how the Big Dipper came to be in the sky. The illustrations are very vivid as they should be by Caldecott artist Paul Goble.

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