|Author:||Natalia Belting,Joseph Bruchac,Leo Dillon,Diane Dillon|
|Title:||Whirlwind Is a Spirit Dancing: Poems Based on Traditional American Indian Songs and Stories|
|Format:||azw mobi lrf lit|
|ePUB size:||1438 kb|
|FB2 size:||1708 kb|
|DJVU size:||1173 kb|
|Category:||Growing Up and Facts of Life|
|Publisher:||Milk & Cookies Press (April 1, 2006)|
Piquing children’s inherent curiosity, the poems encourage an imaginative exploration of the world around them. The lavish, dramatic illustrations and decorative motifs by Leo and Diane Dillon are perfect complements to the fascinating text. The Dillons are winners of two Caldecott Medals and multiple Boston Globe-Horn Book and Coretta Scott King awards. Users who liked this book, also liked. White House Studies Compendium, Volume 1: v. 1 (English). A Prairie Kitchen: Recipes, Poems and Colorful Stories from the Prairie Farmer Magazine, 1841-1900 (English)
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View on the Mobile Site. Whirlwind Is a Spirit Dancing: Poems Based on Traditional American Indian Songs and Stories ~~ Joseph Bruchac. Whirlwind Is a Spirit Dancing: Poems Based on Traditional American Indian Songs and Stories. Whirlwind is a Spirit Dancing is an anthology of poems based on traditional Native American songs and stories from different tribes across North America.
Other authors: Diane Dillon (Illustrator), Leo Dillon (Illustrator). Other authors: See the other authors section. Originally published in 1974 as Whirlwind Is a Ghost Dancing, and then reprinted as Whirlwind Is a Spirit Dancing. No descriptions found. Library descriptions. Presents a collection of illustrated poems based on the traditional songs of a wide range Native American Indian ribes describing their relationship with the natural world. see all 2 descriptions.
Published Works by Natalia Belting.
2007 Mother Goose numbers on the loose, Harcourt. 2007 Jazz on a Saturday Night, Blue Sky Press. 1988 Sing A Song of Popcorn: Every Child's Book of Poems Beatrice Schenk de Regniers, Scholastic - illustrated by many artists. 1989 Moses' Ark, Alice Bach and J. Cheryl Exum, Delacorte Press. 1991 Juniper, Monica Furlong, Random House. Leo and Diane Dillon. Communication Arts Magazine 25: pp. 42–51, May/June 1983. Brodie, Carolyn S. "Creators of Magic on Paper: Leo and Diane Dillon," School Library Media Activities Monthly 15(6): pp. 46–48, February 1999.
2007 Jazz on a Saturday Night, Blue Sky Press. ies: Dillon (surname) - Dillon is a family name of Irish origin. It has frequently been used to anglicise Dilleen in Munster and Connacht, while in Leinster it derives from the Norman family name de Leon meaning either of Lyon or of the lion.
Leo Dillon (March 2, 1933 – May 26, 2012) and Diane Dillon (née Sorber; born March 13, 1933) were American illustrators of children's books and adult paperback book and magazine covers. One obituary of Leo called the work of the husband-and-wife team "a seamless amalgam of both their hands". In more than 50 years they created more than 100 speculative fiction book and magazine covers together as well as much interior artwork. Essentially all of their work in that field was joint.
Natalia Maree Belting (1915-1998 ). Belting was a renowned poet, historian, and folklorist. Born in Iowa, she had a special interest in Native American myths and the French and Indian Wars. Collected by the renowned poet, historian, and folklorist Natalia Belting (1915-1998), the poems are rich in vivid imagery, showing how Native Americans creatively interpret the wonders of the natural world. Piquing children's inherent curiosity, the poems encourage an imaginative exploration of the world around them.
1974 Whirlwind Is a Ghost Dancing, compiled by Natalia Maree Belting, Dutton. 1974 Songs and Stories from Uganda, W. Moses Serwadda, Hewitt Pantaleoni, World Music Press. 1974 The Third Gift, Jan R. Carew, Little Brown. 1975 The Hundred Penny Box, Sharon Bell Mathis, Viking.