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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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

According to my copy, the poems were written by the children themselves, making Clark more like an editor than an author. Apparently the illustrator is native, too. So, I guess this has value for ... Read full review

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User Review  - athena.j - LibraryThing

This book could be classified as either realistic fiction or poetry. The story is told by a young child, who describes each aspect of his life in a Pueblo village. He describes the bricks that his ... Read full review

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