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How Raven Got His Crooked Nose: An Alaskan Dena'ina Fable Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-01-13 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:1513260952
LANGUAGE:English

" Part picture book, part graphic novel and all delightful. This was a fascinating fable that I had not heard before. " said.

" I appreciated the use of language in the book as well as the notes and resources in the back to help provide context and further understanding " said.

" This book features an Alaskan Dena'ina fable- I learned some new things about the Dena'ina native peoples and a few words in their tribal language. A great choice for 2nd-5th grade elementary schoolers. " said.

" This book tells the story of a Native American fable, and it combination of a picture book and graphic novel, which catch your attention and draw you in. This book includes beautiful illustrations that teaches you about the Dena’ina myth and story. " said.

" June 2018 - Mark read this to Ben when I wasn't home, and the next day Ben was telling me all about the story and insisted we read it again, and he's asked for it again as "the book about the bird who loses his nose." It's really made an impression on him. I can't remember where I saw this recommended/mentioned (maybe American Indians in Children's Literature?) so I'm hoping the cultural authenticity is there, but it's certainly a great read-aloud fable/folk-tale. " said.

" This book features an Alaskan Dena'ina fable- I learned some new things about the Dena'ina native peoples and a few words in their tribal language. A great choice for 2nd-5th grade elementary schoolers. " said.

" This book tells the story of a Native American fable, and it combination of a picture book and graphic novel, which catch your attention and draw you in. This book includes beautiful illustrations that teaches you about the Dena’ina myth and story. " said.

" June 2018 - Mark read this to Ben when I wasn't home, and the next day Ben was telling me all about the story and insisted we read it again, and he's asked for it again as "the book about the bird who loses his nose." It's really made an impression on him. I can't remember where I saw this recommended/mentioned (maybe American Indians in Children's Literature?) so I'm hoping the cultural authenticity is there, but it's certainly a great read-aloud fable/folk-tale. " said.

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