Native Americans (Discoveries Series)

Native Americans (Discoveries Series)

by Lorann Pendleton
     
 

Why did some Native American babies have many names?

Why were buffalo so important to the Plains Indians?

When did Native American boys become warriors?

Why did Hopi snake priests wear feathered headdresses and dance with snakes in their mouths?

The story of Native Americans is part of Discoveries, a dynamic new reference series for children.

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Overview

Why did some Native American babies have many names?

Why were buffalo so important to the Plains Indians?

When did Native American boys become warriors?

Why did Hopi snake priests wear feathered headdresses and dance with snakes in their mouths?

The story of Native Americans is part of Discoveries, a dynamic new reference series for children. Atmospheric illustrations, strong photographs and lively text engage and encourage readers to discover for themselves the world around them. Titles from Natural History, Our World, Science and Technology and Our Past cover an exciting span of subjects: from the depths of space in Stars and Planets to the inside intricacies of machines in How Things Work. A four-page foldout in each title reveals a dramatic, and perhaps unexpected, perspective.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780760746332
Publisher:
Barnes & Noble
Publication date:
08/01/2003
Series:
Discoveries Series
Pages:
64
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

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