Synopses & Reviews
Before the white men came to America, woodlands stretched from the Atlantic to the Mississippi, from Canada south to what is now Virginia. In the clearings of this deep forest, and on the shores of lakes and rivers, the native people built their villages. The forest provided them with food and supplied the materials from which they constructed their houses. In this generously illustrated book, Charlotte and David Yue chronicle the daily lives of the woodland people.
"A fine addition to an invaluable body of work by a proven team, and an essential purchase for school and public libraries." and#151;Kirkus, starred review Kirkus Reviews with Pointers
"The Yues write clearly, and often lyrically, of the early Native people of these Eastern Woodlands." and#151;Horn Book, starred review Horn Book, Starred
"The Yues write clearly, and often lyrically, of the early Native people of these Eastern Woodlands." —Horn Book, starred review
Includes bibliographical references (p. 110-115) and index.