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Thursday, October 6, 2011

BOOK REVIEW: Native Peoples by Robert Livesey & A.G. Smith



TITLE: Native Peoples
AUTHOR: Robert Livesey & A.G. Smith
SERIES: Discovering Canada
PUBLISHER: Fitzhenry and Whiteside
DATE OF PUBLICATION: October 1, 1993
FORMAT: Paperback, 90 pages
GENRE: Children's Nonfiction
ISBN: 978-0773756021

SYNOPSIS FROM THE BACK COVER:

This latest addition to the exciting, innovative Discovering Canada series brings to life the time before the white European settlers "discovered" Canada, when only the original native peoples lived here. Who were these peoples? Where did they live? What were their legends and myths, famous heroes and supernatural gods? 

Learn history and have fun! 
  • Build an Iroquois longhouse
  • Play an Inuit Game
  • Create a family totem
  • And much much more

MY REVIEW: 

I read this book aloud to my children as part of our studies on Native Nations.

This book is part of the Discovering Canada series. I found that the content was interesting, and I liked that the book included some suggestions for hands-on activities. The language is more suitable for older children (recommended reading level is ages 9-12), so it was a good fit for my 9 year-old daughter. Her favourite parts of the book were the legends and myths of the different native tribes.

The detailed black and white illustrations on each two-page spread were my favourite part of the book! 

MY RATING: 3 stars! It was good! I enjoyed it!

This book qualifies as:
#82 for my 2011 100+ Reading Challenge

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