9 edition of Where courage is like a wild horse found in the catalog.
|Statement||Sharon Skolnick (Okee-Chee) and Manny Skolnick.|
|Contributions||Skolnick, Manny, 1946-|
|LC Classifications||E99.C68 S53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 148 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||97002094|
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Over forty years ago, Sharon Skolnick (Okee-Chee) and her sisters were removed. "All the elements of an engaging book are within the book's pages - love for animals, mystery, and strong female characters." - The Friendly Book Book "This is an easy to read book that should appeal to young horse lovers.
It's filled with adventure and a taste of ranch life." - (4). Sharon Skolnick, a member of the Fort Sill Apache Tribe, is a gallery owner and artist in Chicago.
Where Courage Is Like a Wild Horse is her first book. Manny Skolnick, a freelance writer, is the coauthor of Keeper of the Delaware Dolls, also available from the University of Nebraska Press. At the beginning of the book I write about my horse, Whisper, and some of the things that Whisper had to do in life because, though I loved and cared for him, I was a pretty clueless owner, at the.
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This book is about a boy whose horse is wrongfully sold to someone else. He then goes on a journey to find him. The theme that I pulled from the book is that you should not give up on someone you love/5. Where Courage Is Like a Wild Horse is her first book.
Manny Skolnick, a freelance writer, is the coauthor of Keeper of the Delaware Dolls, also available from the University of Nebraska Press. The dreams of a courageous Apache girl illuminate the hidden world of an Indian orphanage in this unforgettable : Sharon Skolnick; Manny Skolnick.
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Teaching the Book. InJoey, a beautiful bay-red horse with a distinc-tive cross on his nose, is sold to the army and thrust into the midst of World War I on the Western Front.
Told from the point of view of a brave war horse, this award-winning book provides opportunities to teach historical fiction, summarizing, and domain-specific. "Courage is Like a Wild Horse": Little Blue Bird speaks "Chris (Drew), he left his mark here, at the Center (American Indian Center)"." was assertive when the call came for it.
" I remember we were having a PowWow, and I saw him carrying all those TShirts, and on his bicycle. always kept his. " the story is set WW2 (I think) in America, Young lad sees a beautiful horse running wild near where he lives and slowly he befriends it and he rides it to and from school.
He then rides home in a snow storm,and the horse insists on going off the road home and the young lad and horse find a young soldier in the snow - they take him to the lads.
"If I had a horse," the young girl-narrator of this lovely picture-book begins, going on to describe the ways she and her equine companion would interact, the ways they would be the same, and the ways that they would differ.
Eventually, she concludes, they would be able to do anything together The first title I have picked up from author/illustrator Gianna Marino, If I Had a /5. The dreams of a courageous Apache girl illuminate the hidden world of an Indian orphanage in this unforgettable story.
Over forty years ago, Sharon Skolnick (Okee-Chee) and her sisters were removed from their Apache parents and became wards of the state of Oklahoma. She and her nearest sister made their way together through the Oklahoma Indian child welfare system.
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