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by Virginia Grossman

eBook Ten Little Rabbits download ISBN: 087701552X
Author: Virginia Grossman
Publisher: Chronicle Books; First Edition, First Printing edition (February 1, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1918 kb
Fb2: 1928 kb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: doc lit azw lrf
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Geography and Cultures

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A counting rhyme with illustrations of rabbits in Native American costume, depicting traditional customs such as. .

A counting rhyme with illustrations of rabbits in Native American costume, depicting traditional customs such as rain dances, hunting, and smoke signals.

by. Grossman, Virginia; Long, Sylvia, ill. Publication date. Indians of North America, Counting-out rhymes, Indians of North America, Counting. San Francisco : Chronicle Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; ctlibrary; americana.

Ten Little Rabbits book. Ten Little Rabbits is a children’s picture book written by Washington resident, Virginia Grossman. This is Grossman’s first book. The illustrator is Sylvia Long, a Maryland Institute of Art graduate. Long’s grandfather’s experience with Shoshone Indian vocabulary and reservation life influenced Long’s artwork. This book is intended for the nursery and primary age groups. This book won the International Reading Association Award in 1992.

Virginia Grossman is a resident of Washington State. Ten Little Rabbits is her first children's book. Sylvia Long is the illustrator of several books for children including the best sellers Ten Little Rabbits and Alejandro's Gift. Ms. Long's detailed paintings are inspired by her love of animals and the outdoors. She lives in Arizona. Written by Virginia Grossman and illustrated by Sylvia Long. Published by Chronicle Books. A counting rhyme with illustrations of rabbits in Native American costume, depicting traditional customs such as rain dances, hunting, and smoke signals. Topics in Ten Little Rabbits.

The book's whimsical illustrations, reminiscent of Beatrix Potter, glow with brilliant color and are filled with fascinating detail.

Read Ten Little Rabbits, by Sylvia Long, Virginia Grossman online on Bookmate – Weaving, fishing, and storytelling are all part of this spirited book that celebrates Native American traditions as i. The book's whimsical illustrations, reminiscent of Beatrix Potter, glow with brilliant color and are filled with fascinating detail. Each number introduces a facet of traditional Native American culture, such as Pueblo corn dances or Navajo weaving, and the simple, rhyming text is enhanced by a brief afterword on Native American customs. Ideal for storytime or bedtime, this is a book sure to leave children counting rabbits instead of sheep. Kids Animals & Nature. BOOKLIST, April 1991 Grossman interprets the cultures of various American Indian tribes through a counting book in which the characters are rabbits dressed as Indians. Though this may sound a bit precious, it's not: the gravity of the characters' demeanor precludes any silliness here. Earth tones predominate in ink-and-watercolor artwork that stretches across wide, double-page spreads.

Weaving, fishing, and storytelling are all part of this spirited book that celebrates Native American traditions as it teaches young children to count from one to ten. The book's whimsical illustrations, reminiscent of Beatrix Potter, glow with brilliant color and are filled with fascinating detail. Each number introduces a facet of traditional Native American culture, such as Pueblo corn dances or Navajo weaving, and the simple, rhyming text is enhanced by a brief afterword on Native American customs. Ideal for storytime or bedtime, this is a book sure to leave children counting rabbits instead of sheep.
Comments: (7)
GoodBuyMyFriends
Quite possibly the prettiest children's book I've ever seen.

One thing I don't understand about some of the negative reviews is the people saying that she "made all Native Americans the same." As a Native American, the rabbits VERY CLEARLY represent different tribes, some the southwest to the plains to the pacific northwest. I just flat out don't understand the objections.

My kiddo loves counting the rabbits and describing what is happening on each page.
Bolanim
We loved this book so much, we bought it in both hard cover and paperback formats. It's a great book because the illustrations are gorgeous, the story is original, and you can read it in less than five minutes. Plus it has a rhyming canter without being overly babyish or sing-songy. We love reading it to our one-year-old, but would also be great for young readers as there is not a lot of text and the words are easy. There is also a subtle Native American theme that would lend itself well as a teaching tool.
Marinara
This is my go-to book when looking for a gift for a 1-2 yr old. The artwork is simply beautiful with plenty of details to talk about with a small child. The theme is gentle, pleasing and educational and introduces some ideas about native American life. Each page can also easily be enacted out as a fun kid activity.
Landamath
There are not many Native themed books for small children that I could find. my daughter has read this over and over to my grandson.
Isha
The illustrations are beautiful, soothing and perfect for bedtime. We've been reading this book to our daughter for a couple years now and it still keeps us entertained. I love the subtle lessons about Native American culture too.
Alien
All went well.
Kea
This is an adorable book that will inspire your child's imagination and curiosity while learning about Indian culture and simply counting to 10.
Having Native American children I am always looking for books for them. I purchased this for my 18 month old (hard cover version). He loves to look at it. He will pull it out at least once a day to look at it. I've even noticed his 8 year old brother sneaking a peek more than once. I love the vibrant, without being bright, illustrations. They are intracate yet simple. The rabbits are adorable. The book starts with one rabbit and continues through to 10. The rabbits are in Native American regalia and doing traditional Native activites