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The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2013

    This book is one of my most beloved stories from my childhood a

    This book is one of my most beloved stories from my childhood and I'm going to buy it not just for me but for my son as well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2006

    Legend of the Indian Paintbrush Review

    Traditional: I like the book, The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush. I am interested in art, so this book defiantly appealed to me. This book is good to show children that not everyone is the same and that is okay. It shows children that everyone has their own special talent, you just have to find it and accept it. Tomie dePaola has been published for 40 years and has written and/or illustrated over 200 books, including 26 Fairmount Avenue, Strega Nona, and Meet the Barkers .Tomie dePaola and his work have been recognized with the Caldecott Honor Award, the Newbery Honor Award and the New Hampshire Governor's Arts Award of Living Treasure. He lives in New London, New Hampshire with his new Airedale dog, Brontë. The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush, is about a young Indian boy. He does not seem to fit in quite right with the other Indian boys. He is smaller and unable to keep up with them. However, he did have his own special talent¿he made toy warriors from different things and loved to decorate smooth stones with juices from berries. One day he gets a Dream-Vision. He is told about all the pictures he will paint and that the people will see them and remember them forever. The next day he made paintbrushes, paints, and collected skins of animals. He painted many pictures. Everyday he painted pictures. One evening he goes to the hillside and paints the sunset with colors from the ground. The little boy then becomes known as He-Who-Brought-the-Sunset-to-the-Earth. ¿Do not struggle, Little Gopher. Your path will not be the same as the others¿. This is the part of the book where the Wise Shaman is talking to the young boy about his talent. ¿But he never gave up trying, and every morning when he awoke he took out his brushes and his pots of paints and created the stories of the People with the tools he had¿. This is the part of the story where the Indian boy continues following the words from his Dream-Vision. DePaola, Tomie. The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush. New York: Scholastic, 1991. Grade Level: 1st

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