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In this story from the Siksika (formerly known as the Blackfoot), spring fails to come to the land. A boy discovers the reason: Bear has stolen the chinook. Then the boy and his friends - Owl,...

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This edition of book was issued in Hardcover. The volume of the book is 32 pages (approximate value, can be different depending on the edition). First book "When Bear Stole the Chinook" was published in 1997.

Original Title
When Bear Stole the Chinook
ISBN13
9780374305895
First Published
1997 year
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Hardcover
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English
Number of Pages
32 pages
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Description of "When Bear Stole the Chinook"

In this story from the Siksika (formerly known as the Blackfoot), spring fails to come to the land. A boy discovers the reason: Bear has stolen the chinook. Then the boy and his friends - Owl, Coyote, Weasel, Prairie Chicken, and Magpie - set out in pursuit of Bear.

When they locate his den, the problem becomes freeing the chinook from the fierce animal. But thanks to th In this story from the Siksika (formerly known as the Blackfoot), spring fails to come to the land. A boy discovers the reason: Bear has stolen the chinook.

Then the boy and his friends - Owl, Coyote, Weasel, Prairie Chicken, and Magpie - set out in pursuit of Bear. When they locate his den, the problem becomes freeing the chinook from the fierce animal. But thanks to the boy's ingenuity, the group prevails.

Spring returns, the tribe celebrates, and from that time on, Bear is compelled to sleep through winter. Harriet Peck Taylor's simple, strong words and brilliant batiks capture the drama of the story and the stark beauty of the winter landscape.

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