Brother Eagle, Sister Sky: A Message from Chief Seattle
Publish date: June 4th 1993
Publisher: Puffin Bks
Pages no: 32
Edition language: English
Ugh. I only skimmed this book, but it looks super problematic. The first thing that jumped out at me was how the author talks about American Indians in the past tense. Several problematic aspects of the book are discussed here if you're interested to learn more. Definitely do not recommend. I n...
This is a speech by Chief Seattle, that was adapted by the author. The illustrations were nice and the good has a very good message. The author's note at the end explains a bit more about Chief Seattle and the speech that was adapted.
Tries too hard to be organic/natural in its plea for environmental friendliness. It's almost as if the author wanted to write a book about saving the planet's resources and thought that having it told by a Native American would make the message more powerful. Further burdening this book are the con...
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