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ISBN:0933050984
Author: David Kanietakeron Fadden,Janice Ovecka
ISBN13: 978-0933050983
Title: Cave of Falling Water
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ePUB size: 1768 kb
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: New England Pr Inc; 1st edition (September 1, 1992)
Pages: 115

Cave of Falling Water by David Kanietakeron Fadden,Janice Ovecka



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Other authors: David Kanietakeron Fadden (Illustrator). com Product Description (ISBN 0933050984, Paperback). For each of three girls growing up in different periods of Vermont's history, one Abenaki, one colonial white, and one a modern girl, a cave serves as an important refuge. Library descriptions.

ll Island, Akwesasne Mohawk Territory. Creator of art for animation and television. IllustratorJanice Ovecka, Cave of Falling Water, New England Press (Shelburne, VT), 1992. Source for information on Fadden, David Kanietakeron: Something About the Author dictionary. Janice Ovecka, Cave of Falling Water, New England Press (Shelburne, VT), 1992.

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This book is about a cave that three different girls find in three different time periods. The girls are named Woni, Mattie, and Stacy. I think the book is pretty good. Ovecka used a very interesting technique to make you feel sad when the characters felt sad. Popular Categories.

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Books by David Kanietakeron Fadden(2) ▲ ▼ Sort by: Number of Resources Book Title Year Published Word Count Reading Level: ATOS® Reading Level: Lexile®. Resources for the David Kanietakeron Fadden books below include: 1 Book Guides & Lesson Plans. Total of 14 resources.

For each of three girls growing up in different periods of Vermont's history, one Abenaki, one colonial white, and one a modern girl, a cave serves as an important refuge
Reviews: 3
Xisyaco
This book is about three girls in different time periods. They all find the same cave and they all leave something behind so if people find it they would know someone was already there. I think this book is interesting because it is about three different girls with three different cultures. For example, Woni is Native American, and Mattie was white. What Woni left was three drawings.
Linn
This book is about a cave that three different girls find in three different time periods. The girls are named Woni, Mattie, and Stacy. I think the book is pretty good. My favorite section is about Stacy because she has the most modern equipment. One example that proves that (from page 106): "I am going to personally recommend letting us take records with latex," said Rick. That part is from when the archeologists are looking at the cave. Another one is when Stacy says she wants to go back to her old room with her own telephone.
Iaiastta
An excellent example of historical fiction written for children. I use it in my American history instruction for elementary students. Set over three time periods three different children experience the cave in their time. My students completely enjoyed this book.
Makaitist
Three girls (in the 1700's, 1600's and 1900's) find the same cave and leave something different each time. My evidence is that Woni a Native American left Indian corn and Mattie left a note about being a Vermont settler. Ovecka used a very interesting technique to make you feel sad when the characters felt sad.