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In 1875, a young Inupiat boy travels the length of the Kobuk River with his family, from its source in the mountains of northern Alaska to Kotzebue Sound, where they join others for an annual trade fair.
|Statement||story by James Magdanz ; illustrations by Dianne Widom.|
|Contributions||Widom, Dianne, 1941- ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.M2715 Go 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||96005769|
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Magdanz, J. (Author) & Widom, D. (Illustrator). Go home, river. Seattle, Washington: Alaska Northwest Books. Unp. Ages 4 and up. In this peaceful book, a young Eskimo boy and his family travel to the start of a river and travel down to the coast for a summer trading festival/5.
Rivers, oceans, and clouds will never seem quite the same again after ""Go Home, River."" In this turn-of-the-century story, a young Eskimo boy follows his family into the mountains to the river's beginning, sails down the gathering river to its end, and marvels as the river takes itself apart in Price: $ Go Home, River by James Magdanz.
Alaska Northwest Books. Hardcover. GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text.
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Free shipping for many products!5/5(2). Get this from a library. Go home, river. [James S Magdanz; Dianne Widom] -- Ina young Inupiat boy travels the length of the Kobuk River with his family, from its source in the mountains of northern Alaska to Kotzebue Sound, where they join others for an annual trade.
An Alaska Children's Book. IN GO HOME RIVER, a young Eskimo boy follows his family into the mountains to a river's beginning, sails down the gathering river to its end, and marvels as the river takes itself apart in its journey of discovery continues along the Arctic coast to a wonderous trade festival and an unexpected reunion with the river.
James Magdanz is the author of Go Home, River ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 1 review, published )/5(1). A native of Mendenhall, Mississippi, Patrick Smith earned both a B.A. and a master's degree in English from the University of Mississippi.
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Go Home, River THIS BOOK BEGAN as a teaching story for my own story contains two parallel lessons, one on the water cycle and the other on traditional Iñuit (Eskimo) travel and trade networks.
You can read more about Iñuit life on the Iñuit page. On this page, I discuss the water river book and weather systems lessons that can be taught with Go Home, River. Go Home, River STORY BY JAMES MAGDANZ ILLUSTRATIONS BY DIANNE WIDOM Join an Inuit Eskimo boy on a journey of cultural and environmental discovery down a wild and remote Alaska river.
From Alaska Northwest Books: The Inuit The Story Reviews News For Teachers The Author Author Visits Guest Book Alaska Books Site Awards Site Map. Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.: Alaska Northwest Books, Go Home, River by James Magdanz, illustrated by Dianne Widom.
Hardback story/picture book is quite clean, in near new condition, and is autographed by both the author and the illustrator on title.
Magdanz uses fiction to Go home a science lesson about rain, snow, and fog. He traces the river's path from its source river book the mountains, down to the sea, vaporizing into the sky, and returning as rain. "Go Home, River began as a bedtime story for our son," Magdanz writes in a historical note in the back of the book.
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