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by James Bruchac,Joseph Bruchac

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  • ISBN 0803729774
  • ISBN13 978-0803729773
  • Language English
  • Author James Bruchac,Joseph Bruchac
  • Publisher Dial; 1st Edition edition (October 12, 2004)
  • Pages 32
  • Formats txt mbr mobi doc
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Geography and Cultures
  • Size ePub 1978 kb
  • Size Fb2 1582 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 937

The team behind How Chipmunk Got His Stripes retells an Abenaki fable that warns against arrogance and honors the importance of keeping your promises.   Azban the Raccoon loves to race on his long legs. He is the fastest of all the animals, but he’s also the most conceited, mocking everyone with his speed. When the other animals grow tired of his attitude, Azban chooses Big Rock as his next opponent. Busy taunting instead of running, he trips, and Big Rock flattens him. Only the ants will help stretch him out again—as long as he promises to be their friend. But will a trickster like Azban keep his word?   This clever and funny reimagining of a traditional story is for fans of Ed Young’s Lon Po Po: A Red-Riding Hood Story from China and David Wiesner’s The Three Pigs. “Lively, clever, and authentic.”—Kirkus “The text reads aloud smoothly and keeps the action moving quickly. A strong addition to picture-book collections.”—School Library Journal  

Raccoon's last race : a traditional Abenaki story, Joseph Bruchac & James Bruchac ; pictures by Jose Aruego & Ariane Dewey.

Joseph Bruchac has also written Code talker: A Book About the Navajo Marines. Code talkers were used in World War II. Bibliography. Indian mountain, and other poems Raccoon's last race : a traditional Abenaki story, Joseph Bruchac & James Bruchac ; pictures by Jose Aruego & Ariane Dewey. Code talker : a novel about the Navajo Marines of World War Two, Joseph Bruchac.

Raccoon's Last Race is actually a great lesson for both young and old alike. Azban the Raccoon is a trickster and the fastest animal in the forest, but he may have taunted one too many forest creatures

Raccoon's Last Race is actually a great lesson for both young and old alike. Azban the Raccoon is a trickster and the fastest animal in the forest, but he may have taunted one too many forest creatures. When the time comes he realizes his wrong doing, but it might be a little too late. It kept ALL of the kids' attention. No small feat!) Azban the raccoon liked to taunt the other animals into racing him because he had long legs and could ALWAYS win. He showed very poor sportmanship at each of his "wins. Soon, he had no friends that wanted to race him. that is, until he found a huge boulder rock on the mountain top.

Joseph and James Bruchac’s Raccoon’s Last Race has personal as well as cultural significance. These authors seek to imbue this delightful picture book with the Abenaki tradition of using stories rather than physical punishment as a means of disciplining children. These authors seek to imbue this delightful picture book with the Abenaki tradition of using stories rather than physical punishment as a means of disciplining children

Jim has both authored and co-authored books for kids and adults alike.

Jim has both authored and co-authored books for kids and adults alike. Childrens' books include How Chipmunk Got His Stripes, Turtle's Race with Beaver, and Racoon's Last Race, all by Dial books, Be Good: A True Cautionary Tale, Bowman Books, When The Chenoo Howls from Walker books and Native American Games and Stories by Fulcrum Publishing.

by James Bruchac and Joseph Bruchac. My kids like it so much that this book is on our most popular bedtime stories. For that reason, I took it in to read to my son's first grade class (as well as another class). so, well over 40 kids. and it was a HIT! It kept ALL of the kids' attention. I'll let you.

Joseph Bruchac and James Bruchac are a father-son storytelling pair. Joseph is the award-winning author of more than 120 books for children and adults

Joseph Bruchac and James Bruchac are a father-son storytelling pair. Joseph is the award-winning author of more than 120 books for children and adults. James is not only an author, but also a wilderness survival expert. They both live in Greenfield Center, New York. Jeff Newman is the author and illustrator of many books for kids, including Hippo! No, Rhino; The Boys; and Hand Book. He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with his wife and son.

For over forty years Joseph Bruchac has been creating literature and music that reflect his indigenous heritage and traditions. He is a proud Nulhegan Abenaki citizen and respected elder among his people. He is the author of more than 120 books for children and adults. His best selling Keepers of the Earth: Native American Stories and Environmental Activities for Children series, with its remarkable integration of science and folklore, continue to receive critical acclaim and to be used in classrooms throughout the country.

A fine marksman, as were all my men. His last commanding officer had not much liked Ensign Lewis.

No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. A fine marksman, as were all my men. Even back then Meri was, well, excitable. Never one to be patient with a fool, even if that fool outran.

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Voodoosida
What person doesn't need to see the down-side of someone who brags regularly?
Fun, amusing, and beautifully illustrated book for young and old!
Ice_One_Guys
I love the traditional Native American stories that Joseph Bruchac has come to be known for. Raccoon's Last Race is actually a great lesson for both young and old alike. Azban the Raccoon is a trickster and the fastest animal in the forest, but he may have taunted one too many forest creatures. When the time comes he realizes his wrong doing, but it might be a little too late.
Yanki
This is a REALLY cute book! My kids like it so much that this book is on our most popular bedtime stories. For that reason, I took it in to read to my son's first grade class (as well as another class) ... so, well over 40 kids ... and it was a HIT! It kept ALL of the kids' attention. (No small feat!) Azban the raccoon liked to taunt the other animals into racing him because he had long legs and could ALWAYS win. He showed very poor sportmanship at each of his "wins." Soon, he had no friends that wanted to race him ... that is, until he found a huge boulder rock on the mountain top. I'll let you read the rest. :) It is a really cute story and GREAT for reading aloud to a group of kids.
Marinara
This is a REALLY cute book! My kids like it so much that this book is one of our most popular bedtime stories. For that reason, I took it in to read to my son's first grade class (as well as another class) ... so, well over 40 kids ... and it was a HIT! It kept ALL of the kids' attention. (No small feat!) Azban the raccoon liked to taunt the other animals into racing him because he had long legs and could ALWAYS win. He showed very poor sportmanship at each of his "wins." Soon, he had no friends that wanted to race him ... that is, until he found a huge boulder rock on the mountain top. I'll let you read the rest. :) It is a really cute story and GREAT for reading aloud to a group of kids.
ℓo√ﻉ
Can anyone say "R-Z2109" (?). This author's ancestor (who he claims was an Abenaki) through the paternal lineage of Bowman, came from EUROPE.

While a great story teller, he's just another Alex Haley in my book. Not Abenaki at all.