In My Mother's House

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Viking Press, 1941 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 56 pages
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The Tewa Indians of New Mexico live close to the land. Their houses are made of earth, and the animals and crops they raise thrive -- because the Tewa respect Nature. This is a collection of poems by the Tewa children, as simple, graceful, and direct as their lives. A Caldecott Honor Book.

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Beautiful poetry and pictures! - Goodreads
Nice illustrations and atmospheric poetry - Goodreads
Loved the writing style and the content!!!! - Goodreads

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User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

Beautiful poetry and pictures! My daughter and I read it together and loved it. It captures the essence of living in a Pueblo. Highly recommended! Read full review

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User Review  - Katie Foster - Goodreads

This book is the most unique poetry book I've read. The entire book is all about an Indian describing the homes, customs, work, community, and spiritual sense of his people. So there are different ... Read full review

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Home
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Arroyos
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Cows
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