7 edition of Invisible Native Americans Magic Picture Book found in the catalog.
June 11, 2001 by Dover Publications .
Written in English
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Invisible Native Americans Magic Picture Book [Pat Stewart] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rub the blank space on each page with a pencil and learn fascinating facts about Native American life. 16 colorable pictures and solutions. You can make 16 invisible sports figures magically appear in this fun-filled little activity book.
Just rub the blank areas of each picture with a pencil to find out which sports allow players to hit the balls with their heads, who's catching the ball at home plate, who has just scored a "hole in one," what sport was first played by Native Americans, and much more.5/5(2).
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Ivey is a native Alaskan, and she manages to evoke the magic and violence of the place in equal measure. For an opposite experience—that is, a novel that has no magic whatsoever, but rather is a bone-chillingly accurate account of life in Alaska—you may want to go for Ordinary Wolves, by Seth Kantner, about a young man who loves the bush.
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