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eBook Nickommoh!: A Thanksgiving Celebration ePub

by Jackie French Koller,Marcia Sewall

  • ISBN: 0689810946
  • Category: Geography and Cultures
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Jackie French Koller,Marcia Sewall
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Atheneum; 1st ed edition (October 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1712 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1897 kb
  • Other: lit docx mbr lrf
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 309

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Jackie French Koller's solemn, rhythmic, almost chant-like writing is accompanied by the earthy browns, reds, and yellows of Marcia Sewall's striking illustrations to create a mood that feels just right for the subject

Jackie French Koller's solemn, rhythmic, almost chant-like writing is accompanied by the earthy browns, reds, and yellows of Marcia Sewall's striking illustrations to create a mood that feels just right for the subject. Koller first explored early New England history in The Primrose Way, and is well established as author of over two dozen books for children and young adults, including the delightful One Monkey Too Many. A glossary of the Narragansett words used in the book is included. Ages 5 to 9) -Emilie Coulter. From Publishers Weekly.

Jackie French Koller's festive prose poem brings to life the weaving . A Thanksgiving Celebration. Пользовательский отзыв - Kirkus.

Jackie French Koller's festive prose poem brings to life the weaving rhythms of this harvest celebration, as the People come together from villages near and far to construct sweat lodges, eat turkey and sweet cakes, play games, and dance and sing beneath the star blanket that Moon Sister has drawn across the sky. Marcia Sewall uses her considerable knowledge of the Narragansett people to portray in striking pictures the ancient patterns of our first purely American holiday. It is Taqountikeeswush, the Moon of the Falling Leaves.

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Marcia Sewall (Illustrator). Koller is also an accomplished painter. Her interest in art inspired her to open The Little Black Dog Gallery in Westfield, Massachusetts. Koller's young-adult novel If I Had One Wish was adapted into a Disney Channel Original Movie under the title You Wish!. Books by Jackie French Koller. Mor. rivia About Nickommoh!

Nickommoh: A Thanksgiving Celebration. by Jackie French Koller and Marcia Sewall.

Nickommoh: A Thanksgiving Celebration. 5 Total Resources View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity. Book Guides, Activities & Lessons 2. Nonfiction Read and Respond Customizable Lesson. Created by TeachingBooks. Lesson Plan from Jackie French Koller. Created by Jackie French Koller. Images courtesy of publishers, organizations, and sometimes their Twitter handles. Can I Touch Your Hair?

A Thanksgiving Celebration. by Jackie French Koller Author · Marcia Sewall Illustrator. Called Nickommoh, the Narragansett people gather for a joyful harvest celebration as it has been performed since before the arrival of the first Pilgrims in New England

A Thanksgiving Celebration. Called Nickommoh, the Narragansett people gather for a joyful harvest celebration as it has been performed since before the arrival of the first Pilgrims in New England. A glossary and author's note traces the connection between Nickommoh and the "first" Thanksgiving.

Nice color illustrations by Marcia Sewall. THANKSGIVING COLORING & ACTIVITY BOOK by Horizon Group. B&W drawings illustrate. Condition: UNREAD 2000 Scholastic large soft cover, third printing. However, there is a blank bookplate inside front cover. Grandma and Grandpa prepare for a Thanksgiving celebration and each ring of the doorbell brings a crew of happy, hungry relatives, awaiting their hugs. The pet bird and cat seem eager to join in the fun. After everyone helps with the preparations, Grandma rings the dinner bell and all convene for a memorable holiday. Condition: NEW 2014 Horizon Group large paperback, no printing given.

Jackie French Koller has worked with Dr. Ella Sekatau, Tribal Ethnohistorian of the Narragansett Indian Tribe, to. .Marcia Sewall’s striking illustations are rendered in scratchboard and gouache

Marcia Sewall’s striking illustations are rendered in scratchboard and gouache. Bold, handsome black outlining and an earthy palette of bark browns, golden maize, splashes of clay-reds, plus the brilliant blue ocean and star-studded night skies make incredibly handsome images. They generate a rich sense of community and happiness and connection with the land.

Describes a typical Narragansett Nickommoh, or harvest celebration, as it has been performed by Native Americans since before the arrival of the first Pilgrims in New . Used availability for Jackie French Koller's Nickommoh!

Describes a typical Narragansett Nickommoh, or harvest celebration, as it has been performed by Native Americans since before the arrival of the first Pilgrims in New England. Genre: Children's Fiction. September 1999 : USA Hardback.

Describes a typical Narragansett Nickommoh, or harvest celebration, as it has been performed by Native Americans since before the arrival of the first Pilgrims in New England.

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Wonderful history of an Indian Thanksgiving.