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Politics
Author: Ani Rucki
ISBN: 0873585410
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 1 pages
Publisher Northland Pub; 1st edition (June 1, 1992)
Language English
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 932
ePUB size: 1115 kb
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eBook Turkey's Gift to the People download

by Ani Rucki


Start by marking Turkey's Gift To The People as Want to Read . The illustrations are great, using interesting techniques and design features. This book would be of particular interest in November when our thoughts go to turkey. Apr 18, 2012 Tricia rated it really liked it.

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Reprint: Originally published: Flagstaff, Ariz. Northland Pu. c1992. First Scholastic printing, October 1994"-Verso . When a great wall of water threatens to destroy them, the animals band together to save themselves, but it is the turkey who remembers to save the seeds they will need to rebuild their lives.

1992 Turkey's Gift to the People (P) by Ani Rucki RL1 For Ages 4-7 ISBN-13: 9780590481229. I've given it as a gift for adults as well

1992 Turkey's Gift to the People (P) by Ani Rucki RL1 For Ages 4-7 ISBN-13: 9780590481229. I've given it as a gift for adults as well.

An enchantingly illustrated book that tells the story of a group of animals that is faced with a crisis and band together to survive in the moment, but a reminder as well that thinking of your future survival is also important. ISBN13:9780590481229. Release Date:January 1992.

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Vintage CHILDRENS Book "Turkey's Gift to the People" by Ani Rucki, PB, 1994, Scholastic Inc! . Well you're in luck, because here they come.

Vintage CHILDRENS Book "Turkey's Gift to the People" by Ani Rucki, PB, 1994, Scholastic Inc! Thanksgiving! Folktale! Beautiful Illustrations. The most popular color? You guessed it: silver.

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Ani Rucki has written: 'Turkey's gift to the people' - subject(s): Navajo Indians, Animals, Legends, Indians of North .

Ani Rucki has written: 'Turkey's gift to the people' - subject(s): Navajo Indians, Animals, Legends, Indians of North America, Folklore. What has the author Jerzy Rucki written? Jerzy Rucki has written: 'Na ziemi Wilhelma Tella' - subject(s): Biography, Education and the war, Polish Personal narratives, Soldiers, Swiss Prisoners and prisons, World War, 1939-1945. What has the author Ani Lukose written? Ani Lukose has written: 'Labour movements and agrarian relations'.

The shop of a certain person wearing a mask sells gifts for people that you hate. The only negative thing I can say about Gift for the People You Hate is the already mentioned anticlimactic finale

The shop of a certain person wearing a mask sells gifts for people that you hate. The only negative thing I can say about Gift for the People You Hate is the already mentioned anticlimactic finale. I didn’t know what to expect from it (as from the series in general), but many parts were still too predictable (the PM’s suicide for example); the plot twist with Ploy’s gifts seemed a bit pointless (did her action have any effect at all in the end?); and the metaphorical character of the whole.

When a great wall of water threatens to destroy them, the animals band together to save themselves, but it is the turkey who remembers to save the seeds they will need to rebuild their lives
Kare
Great book, great lesson. Old indian folk tale with a valuable lesson for all ages. Would highly recommend this book.
Kesalard
Turkey's Gift to the People is a modern adaptation and interpretation of a traditional Navajo folktale. The story relates that one day, a crow saw a great wall of water headed toward the Navajo homeland. Upon hearing of this, the people and animals began to worry. Bear advised everyone seek higher ground in the mountains. Butterfly remarked that mountains are too far away, whereupon Bear advised everyone take refuge in the hills. However, it soon became apparent that the hills were not high enough to protect everyone. Mouse suggested that some giant hollow reeds had chambers larger than any cave. So Beaver began to gnaw on the reed to provide an entrance. However, there were too many people and animals for the lower chamber, so Moose invited Beaver to climb atop his back and Spider spun a web to allow Beaver to gnaw a hole in the upper part of the reed. Suddenly, Ground Squirrel realized that Mr. and Mrs. Turkey were missing. Eagle spotted them and led them to the reed; when they were inside, Wasp sealed the opening so no water could get inside. At that point everyone asked Mr. and Mrs. Turkey what took them so long, whereupon they replied that they were collecting and spreading seeds for the plants everyone would need to rebuild once the flood waters receded. The story acknowledges the close relationship most Native American cultures hold among all forms of life, as illustrated by the fact that cooperation and teamwork enabled everyone to survive the terrible flood.
Wafi
This book is one of my all-time favorites to read with children. I've given it as a gift for adults as well. It goes so far beyond the description of "a book to read with children at Thanksgiving" that I had to write a review! It actually has nothing to do with Thanksgiving, in the sense of the holiday anyway. It is an exquisitely illustrated book that shares how every member of the community has an important gift that helps save the whole. I've read it to classes to launch discussions about children's own unique gifts, and about how the character's roles relate to careers children can recognize. It's a story that teaches cooperation, caring and acceptance, and gives hope for the future without being trite or preachy. At this time in our world I think it's a great book to introduce the importance of growing our own food and "planting for the future".