Crazy Horse's Vision

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Lee & Low, Apr 1, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Illustrated by S D Nelson. Crazy Horse is among the best known Native American heroes but many people do not know that his boyhood name was Curly, inspired by his curly hair. In this beautiful book, renowned Abenaki author Joseph Bruchac tells the gripping and compelling story of how the dedicated young boy, Curly, grows into the brave warrior Crazy Horse. Illustrated throughout in full colour. Ages 6 and upwards.

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The artwork and story telling are fantastic. - Goodreads
Beautiful illustrations. - Goodreads
The illustrations are so rich, so beauuuutiful. - Goodreads
The illustrations were also fantastic. - Goodreads
The illustrations are beautiful. - Goodreads
Crazy Horse is done in blue in all the illustrations. - Goodreads

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User Review  - LeAnn Forystek - Goodreads

I'm not sure why this has a lower rating. I really enjoyed this story of crazy horse and how he got his name. The illustrations were also fantastic. Read full review

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User Review  - Clara Bowman-Jahn - Goodreads

Why I love it: The art done in pencil , pens and watercolor with indistinct facial features is gripping. Crazy Horse is done in blue in all the illustrations. There is back matter on the illustrations ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Joseph Bruchac is the author of "Skeleton Man", "The Return of Skeleton Man", "Bearwalker", "The Dark Pond", and "Whisper in the Dark", as well as numerous other critically acclaimed novels, poems, and stories, many drawing on his Abenaki heritage. Mr. Bruchac and his wife, Carol, live in upstate New York, in the same house where he was raised by his grandparents.

S. D. NELSON has illustrated two award-winning books for Lee & LowCrazy Horse's Vision and Jim Thorpe's Bright Path. He is also the author and illustrator of two stories inspired by the traditions of his Lakota heritage. Nelson's lifelong interest in Ira Hayes inspired him to tell the story of this American hero for children. A full-time author and illustrator, Nelson lives in Flagstaff, Arizona.

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