By Karen Hjemboe
Illustrated by Dorothy Sullivan
Six Pack: $27.50
A Cherokee girl learns traditional skills and customs from the members of her family.
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About the Creators
was born in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. She has written many stories for children’s magazines, and has taught first grade for six years on the Santo Domingo Pueblo Indian reservation in New Mexico. Karen loves animals. She has seven cats, a dog, and a horse named Tally Man. Karen and her husband live in Corrales, New Mexico.
is an award-winning artist whose Cherokee heritage provides much of the inspiration for her work. She was especially pleased to be able to introduce children to traditional Cherokee customs through her illustrations for this book. Dorothy and her husband live in Norman, Oklahoma, where they delight in the antics of their first great granddaughter.
About This Title
Six Pack: 9781584309109
Interest Level:Grades 1 - 1
Reading Level:Grades 1 - 1
Comparing/Classifying/Measuring, Nature/Science, Similarities and Differences, Identity/Self Esteem/Confidence, Responsibility, Native American Interest, Mentors, Home, Families, Childhood Experiences and Memories, Realistic Fiction, Pride, Collaboration, Gratitude, Optimism/Enthusiasm
Part of These Collections
Teachers College Reading Assessment Kit for Grades K-2 (Add-On Pack), Early Emergent Dual Language, Early Emergent English , Bebop English Guided Reading Level B, Bebop Native American English Grades PreK-2, Bebop Realistic Fiction Collection Grades PreK-2, Bebop Assessment Set, Dual Language Levels A-C Collection