Kumak's House (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition)
|Rating||:||4.11 (526 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
. From Publishers Weekly In an Inuit interpretation of a popular Yiddish folktales, a family complains of cramped accommodations then learns a lesson about being happy with what they have in Kumak's House: A Tale of the Far North by Michael Bania. An author's note explains Inuit customs. Ages 4-8.Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information, Inc
Same dituation different perspective Blue Jacket Kumaks House is an exceptional children's book by Michel Bania and he is also the illustrator. My 4 year old grandaughter was given this book on the last day of school by her teachers in the Head Start program.The premise of this book is perspective, but th. Village Alaska for All Ages Living in Barrow, Alaska, the farthest north community in the U.S., I have experienced small houses in a harsh environment, like the one in the book. The book takes place in the small Northwest Alaska village of Buckland and is based on tales elders tell th. Kumak's House My three year old was engrossed as I read this book to her. I couldn't turn the pages too fast because she was busy examining all the details in the illustrations. At the same time, my 11 year old 7th grader who was born reading wanted to see the illustrati
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