Saturday, September 29, 2007

Native American Fiction

Our local library has both of these books. Has anyone read either one of them? I read the first few pages with that cool thing has were you can look inside the book. They both seem to be very exciting and easy enough for my 8 year old to read. They are both strong contenders for our next "pass around" book. I think they'll also be good stories to reinforce our recent field trip.


andie said...

Hey Crystal, I'm barging in on this post to ask if it's okay if I list your blog at the (newly reconstructed) HSers in the Hills site for the webring. (And, er,'ll have to rejoin because they wouldn't let me do it any other way. Sorry.) LMK!

crystal said...

Already done Andie! Thanks!

~Mary~ 4boys4me said...

I haven't read those but they look good. We read Om-Kas-Toe and Moccasin Trail last year. They're both fiction but historically accurate and give a great picture of Indian life (Om-Kas-Toe) and white/Indian relations (Moccasin Trail). The boys and I loved them.