Skysisters

Skysisters

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As two young Ojibway sisters set off across the north country to Coyote Hill to see the SkySpirits dance, Grandmother Moon lights the way.
This is a story about the bonds between sisters, the bonds between generations, and of the bonds between humans and nature.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. ; Niagara Falls, NY : Kids Can Press, c2000
ISBN: 9781550746976
1550746979
Call Number: jPS Wabo
Characteristics: [32] p. : col. ill. ; 24 x 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Deines, Brian - Illustrator
Alternative Title: Sky sisters

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Two sisters leave in darkness to climb Coyote Hill. They sing with the coyotes, then something spectacular happens. Find out what it is! K-3rd grade.

Author Jan Bourdeau Waboose is a Nishinawbe Ojibway from Northern Ontario. Brian Deines' illustrations capture the far north!


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AMDLibrary
Oct 30, 2018

Beautiful winter read with stunning illustrations.

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meganjo
Jan 26, 2018

Unit 2 : Lesson 8

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muffinpopcorn
Feb 18, 2014

Such a good story and nice book to read , illustrations are wonderfully done .

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Two young Ojibway sisters set off on a midnight journey to witness the dance of the northern lights.

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