I'm Heading to the Rodeo UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher I'm Heading to the Rodeo is a 24-page book developed by Bebop Books for young readers. It features a reading recovery level of 15, and a word count of 183. In this picture book, a Native American girl is daydreaming about participating in the local rodeo. The story begins with her waking up and getting ready for school. In her mind she is watching herself go to the rodeo and preparing for the barrel race. On the ride to school the girl and her mother encounter an open corral gate and find the colt and goat missing.

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Living in an Igloo UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher. Living in an Igloo is a 16-page book developed by Bebop Books for young readers. It features a reading recovery level of 12, and a word count of 181. In this picture book, a young girl named Daisy, whose real name is Kenalogak, introduces young readers to her life in Canada's far north. This Inuit child points out her family's modern house and her friends playing road hockey. But she also leads the reader through the process of building an igloo made from snow blocks.

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Laundry Day UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from GoodMinds.com Laundry Day is an 8-page book developed by Bebop Books for young readers. It features a reading recovery level of 3, and a word count of 28. In this picture book, a brother and sister help their mother do the family laundry. This contemporary Native family prepares for laundry day in a laundromat. The boy and girl help their mother by adding the clothes to the washing machines and taking out the finished laundry from the dryers. The book ends with the mother and children leaving the laundromat with their clean clothes.

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Fancy Dance UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher. Fancy Dance is a 16-page book developed by Bebop Books for young readers. It features a reading recovery level of 12, and a word count of 154. In this picture book, a young Native boy attends his first large powwow as a participant. The boy is a fancy dancer and he wears a special outfit. As he enters the powwow circle the boy's nervousness passes when he hears the singers begin their song around the large powwow drum. The boy dances and his steps are high and fast.

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I Make Clay Pots UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from GoodMinds.com I Make Clay Pots is an 8-page book developed by Bebop Books for young readers. It features a reading recovery level of 6, and a word count of 29. In this picture book, a Pueblo girl learns how to make clay pottery with the help and guidance of her grandmother. First the girl shows the reader the clay, then she rolls the clay, shapes and smoothes the clay, then paints the clay pot and finally bakes the pot. The result is a finished piece of Pueblo pottery.

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My Horse OUT OF PRINT

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher My Horse is an 8-page book developed by Bebop Books for young readers. It features a reading recovery level of 5, and a word count of 32. In this picture book, a young Pueblo boy cares for his horse on the reservation. The colour drawings by Navajo artist Anthony Chee Emerson show the boy and his horse in several activities that captures their loving relationship. This is an excellent book for preschool and kindergarten children; it will also appeal to the multicultural and Native classroom.

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My Family (By Karen Hjemboe) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from GoodMinds.com My Family is an 8-page book developed by Bebop Books for young readers. It features a reading recovery level of 5, and a word count of 32. In this picture book, a young Cherokee girl learns from each member of her extended family. The colour drawings help the beginning reader to understand how each member of the girl's family teachers her something from their cultural heritage. The first page shows Mother teaching her daughter how to pound corn in a mortar and pestle.

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At The Park UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from GoodMinds.com At The Park is an 8-page book developed by Bebop Books for young readers. It features a reading recovery level of 5, and a word count of 32. In this picture book, a young Mohawk boy goes to a park with his mother and baby brother. He discovers he has five senses that come alive in a park setting. He sees, hears, tastes, smells and touches familiar objects that can be found in every city. The colour drawings by Mohawk artist Kayeri Akweks complement the simple text.

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