The Bone Man: A Native American Modoc Tale

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The Bone Man: A Native American Modoc Tale

The Bone Man A Native American Modoc Tale On the day that you were born Kokolimalayas the Bone Man drank the river dry and devoured all the people except you and me When you are old enough to be a warrior you will bring the waters back an

  • Title: The Bone Man: A Native American Modoc Tale
  • Author: Laura Simms
  • ISBN: 9780786800896
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Hardcover
  • On the day that you were born, Kokolimalayas, the Bone Man, drank the river dry and devoured all the people except you and me When you are old enough to be a warrior, you will bring the waters back and people will live here once again.Ever since he was a young boy, Nulwee has been told the frightening story of the Bone Man by his Grandmother She has always warned him thaOn the day that you were born, Kokolimalayas, the Bone Man, drank the river dry and devoured all the people except you and me When you are old enough to be a warrior, you will bring the waters back and people will live here once again.Ever since he was a young boy, Nulwee has been told the frightening story of the Bone Man by his Grandmother She has always warned him that if he was to wake the enormous skeletal creature, that he would then have to defeat him in battle to save their village Nulwee lives in dread of that moment How will a small boy be able to destroy the fearless Bone Man

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    1. Tabitha on said:

      Independent Reading: 2nd -5th gradeSims did a wonderful job retelling the Modoc tale of “The Bone Man”. McCurdy added an array of beautiful scrapboard print illustrations that consisted of dominance and earth tones which complements the words and culture expressed by Sims in this tall tale. The narrative style of writing with the presentation of an oral origin gives this story great character. Children will be drawn to this tale because a young boy that seems to be in there age group is the [...]

    2. sarafem on said:

      This story freaked me out and the illustrations were boring. The plot itself was interesting enough.

    3. Garrett Tatro on said:

      This is another great book. The illustrations are wood cuts (or are at least drawn to resemble them.) It tells a great story and shows how different cultures have different stories and tradions.

    4. Margaret on said:

      Lakota Indian folk talesorry isn't scary, but has been censored because of the artauthor meant for this book to be read by older students

    5. Miri on said:

      After seeing countless Halloween books just in the last few days, I'm really enjoying looking for spooky stories that are a little bit out of the box—as in, spooky, but not necessarily Halloween™.

    6. Sean on said:

      The illustrations are quite scary. I'd hesitate before reading this to a kid

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