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Thirteen Moons on Turtle's Back: A Native…
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Thirteen Moons on Turtle's Back: A Native American Year of Moons (edição: 1997)

de Joseph Bruchac (Autor)

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Celebrates the seasons of the year through poems from the legends of such Native American tribes as the Cherokee, Cree, and Sioux.
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Título:Thirteen Moons on Turtle's Back: A Native American Year of Moons
Autores:Joseph Bruchac (Autor)
Informação:Puffin Books (1997), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
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Reading Level: Intermediate [return]Genre: Hybrid (Poetry and Traditional Literature)[return]Summary: The thirteen scales on the back to the turtle’s back relate to a different moon that helped the Native American people keep track of the months/seasons.[return]Evaluation: This book teaches students about how Native Americans distinguished their months and seasons and shows them how different it is from the twelve month cycle. Each moon had its own distinct poem that described the moon and the time that it takes place. The poems are beautifully written and the illustrations highlight the poem and bring it to life.
  kristi_test_01 | Sep 12, 2019 |
Beautifully illustrated with traditional indigenous stories for each moon of the year. ( )
  brittburkard | Feb 4, 2019 |
read!! For literacy unit
  larsonrr | Apr 18, 2017 |
The poems are each from a different tribe of Native Americans, and each poem centers around a different time of year and the seasons. It shows how the Indians think of seasons; it can be informational as to how to Indians tell seasons- from the moons in the sky. I really like this book because the illustrations are magnificent and the poems are very indicative of what time of year it is while also shining light on a particular tribe. The beginning of the book is a little boy talking to his grandfather about he turtle he is carving out of wood, and this sets up the grandfather to be the narrator of the story about the 13 moons on turtles back, which is equal to the number of squares on turtle's shell. This book can be informational, while also being quite enjoyable. The poetry is capturing, rhythmic and very descriptive. It makes the reader feel and sense the season that they are writing about, and makes the story very easy to get into. ( )
  jcolvi1 | Apr 19, 2016 |
In Thirteen Moons on Turtle's Back, a grandfather tells his grandson why Turtles have 13 circles (or moons) on their shells. I loved reading this book, as the author describes each moon in poem format.

First, I loved how the Folktale referred to Native American culture. Each moon pays tribute to either an animal, plant, or type of season that Native American Tribes nurtured and appreciated. For example, some of the moons include: "Strawberry Moon, Moon of Wild Rice, and Moose Calling Moon. This book's main message is that people should give thanks to the wonderful natural resources of the world.

Second, the author included a few Native American Words. For example, the author writes, "Kway, Sozap....you do well at watching." My only complaint is that there is no glossary at the end of the book (so the reader can look up what these phrases actually mean).

And third, I enjoyed the personification of the animals. For example, during the Baby Bear Moon, the author writes, "When we walk by on our snowshoes we will not bother a bear or her babies. Instead we think how those small baby bears are like our children We let them dream together." This stanza personified the Mama Bear as nurturing and loving. Giving animals human traits is part of a long tradition in Native American culture. Participating in this tradition gave this book an authentic feeling. ( )
  ElanaRubinstein | Feb 23, 2016 |
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