Eagle Boy: A Pacific Northwest Native Tale

Eagle Boy A Pacific Northwest Native Tale Based on a popular Northwest Coast Native tale this book recounts the story of Eagle Boy Born an orphan the title character grows up to love eagles despite the fact that the people of his tribe dis

  • Title: Eagle Boy: A Pacific Northwest Native Tale
  • Author: Richard Lee Vaughan Lee Christiansen
  • ISBN: 9781570611711
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Based on a popular Northwest Coast Native tale, this book recounts the story of Eagle Boy Born an orphan, the title character grows up to love eagles, despite the fact that the people of his tribe distrust eagles In return he is ridiculed and made an outcast One year, the tribe has difficulty hunting and fishing, and must depart their land With not enough room in theirBased on a popular Northwest Coast Native tale, this book recounts the story of Eagle Boy Born an orphan, the title character grows up to love eagles, despite the fact that the people of his tribe distrust eagles In return he is ridiculed and made an outcast One year, the tribe has difficulty hunting and fishing, and must depart their land With not enough room in their boats, Eagle Boy is left behind He is saved from starvation by the eagles he loves, and using their assistance saves his starving tribe, who have not been able to find a fertile place to live since their departure The gorgeous illustrations and tales of adventures and bald eagles will thrill children, while also instructing them about individualism and humanity, as well as Northwest Coast Native life This is a paperback edition of a pre existing hardcover book originally published in 2000.

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    1. This beautifully illustrated book appeals to kids of all ages. It makes a really good read-aloud book, too.A note for teachers and librarians - a number of great lesson plans and story time ideas related to the book are available online!

    2. I liked this tale of respect for animals, gratitude, and forgiveness. It would pair nicely with Kristina Rodanas' Dragonfly's Tale, which is also Native American.

    3. An excellent tale about treating our animal friends with kindness and respect, while everyone was shooing and complaining about the eagles 'stealing' fish, one kind soul was sharing his food with eagles instead of despising them. Reciprocity was his reward in his time of need.The phrase 'How we do one thing is who we do everything' come to mind with this story since the same folks that did not want to share with the eagles didn't think twice about leaving the kind boy behind one their search for [...]

    4. This story entertained my 4-year-old son. It's a bit longer than the books we typically read together but it was well worth it. The illustrations are fantastic. Excellent book!

    5. Richard Lee Vaughan takes you on a thrilling adventure in Eagle Boy. This was an awesome book because it had humorous characters that the reader will enjoy. At the end of book it made me feel like it was a fabulous folktale that made me not forget the book. Eagle Boy lives in the northwest with the eagles. The orphan loves eagles. When the people go on the boat the people said “there’s no more room.” Sadly Eagle Boy walked away. Because the people said “let your friends, the eag [...]

    6. Gorgeous bright illustrations where a boy believes in the eagles who live close to his village. An Indian boy's friendship with eagles ultimately saves his village in the Pacific Northwest from starvation.

    7. Eagle boy is an excellent book to read for children to learn the rewards of compassion. I like how eagle boy was able to find the positive out of a bad experience, so he could make compassionate decisions that helped out his tribe who left him or dead on the beach.

    8. Some really striking illustrations. Interesting story. Parents should know it includes a boy being abandoned by his whole village and left to starve. (He doesn't).

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