8 edition of Doesn"t Fall Off His Horse found in the catalog.
Saygee"s great-grandfather tells her the story of how he got his name, Doesn"t Fall Off His Horse.
|Statement||Virginia A. Stroud.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.S9248 Do 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|ISBN 10||0803716346, 0803716354|
|LC Control Number||93006271|
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Out of 5 stars Doesn't Fall Off His Horse. Reviewed in the United States on November 6, Verified Purchase. Virginia Stroud was one of my favorite artists and having the ability to teach cultural diversity is always important and fun.
Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse/5(8). Saygee's great-grandfather is nearly a hundred years old, and when she comes upon him staring out the window of his room, he tells her the story of his Kiowa Indian Doesnt Fall Off His Horse book, ``Doesn't Fall Off His Horse.'' It is the tale of a raid he and a friend made on a neighboring Comanche camp to steal some ponies and to ``make a coup,'' which he tells Saygee ``is like a game of tag—a very Author: Virginia A.
Stroud. The historical fiction book, Doesnt Fall off His Horse, is a cautionary tale told from an elderly grandfathers perspective about not so wise situations we get into when we are younger.
The story opens in the present day, a young girl wanting /5(5). Doesn't Fall Off His Horse. [Virginia A Stroud] -- Saygee's great-grandfather tells her the story of how he got his name, Doesn't Fall Off His Horse. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Virginia A Stroud. Find more information about: ISBN: Doesn't Fall Off His Horse: 2a Cherokee Tale and much time has passed since he earned his warrior name, Doesn't Fall Off His Horse.
He tells Saygee. Doesn't Fall Off His Horse; Doesn't Fall Off His Horse. Virginia A. Stroud. Product Description: This magnificent true story offers a rare-and breathtaking-look into the life of a Kiowa boy at the end of the nineteenth century. The story is told by a very old man to his youngest great-granddaughter, Saygee, as he shows her one of his.
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