Storm Boy

Storm Boy

Book - 1999
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Washed ashore, a boy finds his arrival has been eagerly awaited by strange and giant people.
Thrown from his canoe during an ocean storm, a young Native American boy is washed ashore under a strange sky near a village inhabited by very large people who make him very welcome.
Publisher: Milwaukee, Wis. : Gareth Stevens, 1999
ISBN: 9780836822298
0836822293
Call Number: jPS Lewi
Characteristics: 32 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm

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A beautiful introduction for children to the totem poles of the Pacific Northwest.


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Thrown from his canoe during an ocean storm, a young Native American boy is washed ashore under a strange sky near a village inhabited by very large people who make him welcome.

Thrown from his canoe during an ocean storm, a young Native American boy is washed ashore under a strange sky near a village inhabited by very large people who make him welcome.

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AspenRichter
Jan 04, 2017

Large, single page illustrations are paired with large print, simpler text. Good for pre-K through early elementary, I would guess.

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