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  • Posted May 17, 2011

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    Great Tall Tale

    In the story of Swamp Angel, Angelica Longrider (aka Swamp Angel) is a town and state hero. From saving homes from burning down to picking up wagons trapped in the swamp marsh. One day a local bear begins stealing food rations from the settlers right before a long winter in Tennessee. This was no ordinary bear, he is fast, huge, has so much fur on his body that bullets never make it to his skin; he is giving the nickname Thundering Taranation. Well the settlers grow tired of this pest so they set up a contest to hunt down the bear. The hunt begins, Swamp Angel is the only hunter left and tangles with Thundering Taranation. To find out what happens next read this book.

    I enjoyed this book, the dialog in this book definitely brings the characters to life. This book is an easy read and children of all ages will enjoy this book. The illustrations bring more to the story of Angelica Longrider.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2006

    Swamp Angel

    Caldecott, A truly enjoyable folktale. Angelica Longrider is known to the settlers of Tennessee as 'Swamp Angel'. She is a giant girl-turned-woman who helps settlers in need. A giant bear is eating all of the settlers' food and they cannot stop him. Swamp Angel grabs the bear and throws him into the sky, where his imprint can still be seen today as a constellation. I love folktales of this nature. Anne Isaac was born in 1949, in Buffalo, New York. She now lives in the San Francisco Bay area. Bibliography Isaacs, Anne. Swamp Angel. New York: Dutton Children¿s Book, 1994.

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