Native American Games and Stories (Easyread Large Edition)

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Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010 - History - 142 pages
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Native American GAMES and Stories Now you can learn to play authentic Native American games! An important credo of Native American life states that you can learn while you play and play while you learn. Readers will be able to pore over intriguing stories, immerse themselves in Native American understandings, and get to play these fun-filled games as they learn how global thought and beliefs can transcend into their own lives. Sample themes, stories, and games: Ball Games and Team Sports; ''The Ball Players in the Sky'' (Passamaquoddy); Stickball Bowl Games and Other Games of Chance; ''Gluskabe Brings the Summer'' (Abenaki).

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About the author (2010)

James Bruchac, son of Joseph Bruchac, is a renowned storyteller, author, and accomplished tracker. He lives in Greenfield Center, New York, and is the Director of the Ndakinna Wilderness Project. He also teaches in numerous schools throughout the Capital region.

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