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Published by Putnam Juvenile .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Indians of North America,
  • Fairy Tales & Folklore - Native American,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction,
  • Children: Kindergarten,
  • Juvenile Fiction / Fairy Tales & Folklore / Single Title,
  • Artists,
  • Folklore,
  • Great Plains

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7762207M
ISBN 100698113608
ISBN 109780698113602

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The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush - Kindle edition by dePaola, Tomie. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush/5(81). Little Gopher can't keep up with the other Indian boys; he prefers making and decorating small figures. When it's his turn to go out into the hills to think about being a man, a vision tells him to become a painter, using colors as pure asthe evening sky. But though he works hard, Little Gopher is dissatisfied with his dull, dark paintings. Patiently, he gazes at the sunset each evening Author: Tomie Depaola. In spring, the hills and meadows of Texas and Wyoming are ablaze with the reds, oranges, and yellows of the Indian Paintbrush. How this striking plant received its name is told in an old Indian legend. The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush Tomie DePaola, Retold by, Tomie dePaola, Illustrator Putnam Publishing Group $ (40p) ISBN Buy this book.

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Indian Paintbrush Book Award (Grades ) Philosophy and Purpose. The Indian Paintbrush Book Award provides opportunity for Wyoming youth in fourth, fifth, and sixth grades to choose their favorite book and honor its author. The Wyoming Library Association established this award in . I reall enjoyed reading the book, "The Legen of the Indian Paintbrush." I would read this book to second or third grade. I would also read this book if I ever had a lesson on indians. The book is a about a little indian boy who never grew big enough to be a warrior. He longed to be able to go on the hunts and shoot his bow but he never did.4/5(20).   The Indian Paintbrush is a native perennial, annual or biennial herb (depending on the species) of North America. Latin Name: Castilleja Miniata Other Names: Grandmother's Hair, Common Red Paintbrush, Butterfly Weed, Prairie Fire, Painted Cup, Painted Lady Family: Scrophulariaceae or Figwort Family Identification: With 6 different species in the area, they can be very hard to tell apart. “The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush” Main Character: Little Gopher. Setting: village, hills {2} Little Gopher was smaller than the other boys. He could not keep up with them hunting or playing games. He was very sad about this. {2} 3. B {1} 4. C {1} 5. 1. He needed a white buckskin. 2. He needed the colors of the sunset. {2} 6. A {1.