Thunder Boy Jr., hardcover ed

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Thunder Boy Jr. is Sherman Alexie's first picture book for young children. The award-winning Spokane author tells a humourous story about a young Native American boy who wants a different name. Told as a first-person narrative a young Indigenous boy has an issue with his name, Thunder Boy Smith Jr. The problem is the boy's father is known as Thunder Boy Smith Sr. so people on the rez call the father Big Thunder and son becomes known as Little Thunder. The boy thinks this sounds to his ears like a burp or fart. Using broad humour the author captures the boy's thoughts about this nickname.

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Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, The, paper ed

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The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by award-winning novelist Sherman Alexie offers male readers a humourous and accessible look at what the world can be like for a grade 9, geeky Native boy attending a wealthy high school off the reservation. Spokane youth, Junior (Arnold Spirit), shares the same Nation as his creator in addition to being born hydrocephalic. Junior comes from a dysfunctional family and a community that lives up to the stereotypical image of the drunken Indian.

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Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, The, hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

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The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by award-winning novelist Sherman Alexie offers male readers a humourous and accessible look at what the world can be like for a grade 9, geeky Native boy attending a wealthy high school off the reservation. Spokane youth, Junior (Arnold Spirit), shares the same Nation as his creator in addition to being born hydrocephalic. Junior comes from a dysfunctional family and a community that lives up to the stereotypical image of the drunken Indian.

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Postcards From Buster: Buster Hits the Trail OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher Based on the PBS television series, Postcards from Buster, this title takes young readers on a trip to South Dakota along with Buster. Buster and his father visit the famous Mount Rushmore and the Crazy Horse Monument. They also meet a Lakota boy named Chris at the Crazy Horse memorial. Buster learns about the importance of Crazy Horse. He also gets to see buffalo during this vacation. Buster Hits the Trail is a Passport to Reading level 3 book.

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