9780060011390

We Are the Many : A Picture Book of American Indians

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  • ISBN13:

    9780060011390

  • ISBN10:

    0060011394

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2002-09-01
  • Publisher: Harpercollins

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Summary

A dedicated doctor drives her horse through a blinding snowstorm to tend a child sick with pneumonia. An athlete, lagging behind, pumps his arms and flies past his competitors in the 1,500-meter race, to win an Olympic gold medal. In a tangled jungle in the South Pacific, an American marine baffles Japanese codebreakers with an ingenious code based on the Navajo language. Susan La Flesche Picotte, Jim Thorpe, and William McCabe are just three of the distinguished American Indians you will meet in this book- Acclaimed author Doreen Rappaport re-created one dramatic moment in each person's life to give you a glimpse of their incredible accomplishments. Each portrait has been thoroughly researched and is beautifully evoked by noted artists Ying-Hwa Hu and Cornelius Van Wright. Beginning with Tisquantum teaching the Pilgrims how to survive in a new land and ending 370 years later with Sherman Alexie writing a poem, this book provides young readers with a fresh, exciting first took at the great history and culture of American Indians.

Author Biography

Doreen Rappaport is well-known for her groundbreaking approach to multicultural history and literature for young readers. In her many award-winning books, she brings attention to not yet celebrated Americans, along with more well-known figures. She and her husband divide their time between New York City and a rural village in upstate New York Cornelius Van Wright and Ying-Hwa Hu have illustrated many distinguished picture books. The couple lives with their daughter and son in New York City

Table of Contents

Tisquantum (Squanto)
4(2)
Konwatsitsienni (Molly Brant)
6(2)
Shunka-Ishnala (Lone Dog)
8(2)
Sacajawea
10(2)
Asiyahola (Osceola)
12(2)
Susan La Flesche Picotte
14(2)
Helena Conley, Ida Conley, Lyda Conley
16(2)
Watha Huck (Jim Thorpe)
18(2)
Maria Martinez, Julian Martinez
20(2)
William McCabe
22(2)
Maria Tallchief
24(2)
Wilma Mankiller
26(2)
Sherman Alexie
28(2)
About This Book 30(1)
Pronunciation Guide 31(1)
Research Sources 31(1)
Books and Websites for Young Readers 31

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