Brother eagle, sister sky: a message from Chief Seattle

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Scholastic Inc., 1997 - Ecology
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A Squawmish Indian chief describes his people's respect and love for the earth, and concern for its destruction.

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There is great imagery and illustrations in this book. - Goodreads
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Review: Brother Eagle, Sister Sky: A Message from Chief Seattle

User Review  - Brittany - Goodreads

"The text of this picture book is adapted from a speech purportedly delivered by Chief Seattle at treaty negotiations in the 1850s. Beginning with the words 'How can you buy the sky?' this vivid ... Read full review

Review: Brother Eagle, Sister Sky: A Message from Chief Seattle

User Review  - Nisha - Goodreads

This was a good book. It is the message of Chief Seattle, when he was asked to give up his land to the white people. This was a good passage: When the last Red Man and Woman have vanished with their ... Read full review

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