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N?n?," for example, is the Hawaiian name for a goose native to the islands and the official state bird. Overall, I think this is a good brief introduction to the history of some words borrowed from native groups in the Americas, as well as a mini introduction to some of these groups. The author has Cherokee ancestry and her approach to the Native stories and cultures mentioned is both sensitive and respectful.
Giveaways is a delightfully illustrated, wonderfully informative book by Linda Boyden. Want to know a good way to protect sheep? Read about a llama. Where did the idea of a barbeque come from? Ask the Taino people of the Caribbean. There are even legends about why the opossum's tail is hairless and how the Fanilusa Bayou got its name . Dowitcher Just what is it? It is one of two species of sandpiper and from the picture in the book you can see it is a really beautiful bird. You can actually hear the sound of these birds if you listen closely. One that is short-billed makes the sound of tu-tu.
American English is a giant stew, simmering with loanwords like "okra" and "squash.
Like most writers Linda collects them, keeps some under lock and key or splashes them across pages for everyone to enjoy. American English is a giant stew, simmering with loanwords like okra and squash.
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Giveaways: An ABC Book of Loanwords from the Americas (Hardcover) Author: Linda Boyden Publisher: University of New Mexico Press. tags: I wrote and illustrated this book.
Linda Boyden is a poet and childrens books writer The colors song by linda boyden Smolder by linda boyden Background Awards Childrens Books Anthologies Re. The book is also included in the University of Wisconsin, Madison's Cooperative Children's Books Center Choices 2003 list. In 2000, Linda won the Lee & Low Books first New Voices Award for her book The Blue Roses. The Blue Roses, Lee and Low Books, 2002.