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The rough-face girl

by Rafe Martin

  • 153 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by G.P. Putnam"s Sons in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Algonquin Indians -- Folklore,
  • Cinderella (Tale),
  • Algonquin Indians -- Folklore,
  • Indians of North America -- Folklore

  • About the Edition

    In this Algonquin Indian version of the Cinderella story, the Rough-Face Girl and her two beautiful but heartless sisters compete for the affections of the Invisible Being.

    Edition Notes

    StatementRafe Martin ; illustrated by David Shannon.
    ContributionsShannon, David, 1959- ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.A349 M37 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2026937M
    ISBN 100399218599
    LC Control Number91002921
    OCLC/WorldCa23464197

    (See resources file: Sootface and Rough-Face Girl Venn Diagram) *This is a great opportunity for early finishers to complete some of the extension activities I suggest. Having a good supply of Native American stories on hand, as well as informational text about different tribes offers students meaningful reading and . The two beautiful but spoiled daughters of a poor village man try their best to be chosen, but it is their Rough-Face-Girl sister, scarred on her face and arms from tending fires, who sees the Invisible Being in the wonder of the natural world. The dramatic illustrations reflect the vibrant earth colors of the native landscape and the wisdom.

    The Rough-Face Girl Book Information. Title: The Rough-Face Girl. Author: Martin, Rafe. Isbn: In this Algonquin Indian version of the Cinderella story, the Rough-Face Girl and her two beautiful, but heartless sisters compete for the affections of the Invisible Being. From Algonquin Indian folklore comes one of the most haunting, powerful versions of the Cinderella tale ever a village by the shores of Lake Ontario lived an invisible being. All the young women wanted to marry him because he was rich, powerful, and supposedly very handsome. But to marry the invisible being the women had to prove to his sister that they had seen him/5(30).

    The Rough-Face Girl is an adaptation of the Native American version of a Cinderella story. The Invisible Being is lonely and longs for a companion. Every girl in the village desires to be chosen but only the one who can truly see him will get the chance.   In this Algonquin Indian version of the Cinderella story, the Rough-Face Girl and her two beautiful but heartless sisters compete for the affections of the Invisible Being Notes no page number in the bookPages:


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The Rough-Face Girl is a wonderful picture book due to its creative but effective life lesson as well as traditional Cinderella type story. This books reveals the how there are consequences not treating others nicely as shown with the two sisters who made the third sister keep to the fire to the extent that the fire charred and burnt her skin/5.

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The Rough-Face Girl - Kindle edition by Martin, Rafe, Shannon, David. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Rough-Face Girl/5(). "The Rough-Face Girl" takes place along the shores of Lake Ontario.

She wasn't born with a rough face--her older sisters make her sit beside the fire and feed the flames. When the burning branches pop, sparks hit the girl, scarring her arms, her legs, her clothes, her face and her hair.

She is a mess and is too embarrassed to go outside her by: About The Rough-Face Girl. From Algonquin Indian folklore comes a powerful, haunting rendition of Cinderella. In a village by the shores of Lake Ontario lived an invisible being.

All the young women wanted to marry him because he was rich, powerful, and supposedly very handsome. Rough Face Girl There was once a large village situated on the border of a lake. At one end of the village was a lodge in which lived a being who was always invisible.

He was a mighty hunter, whose Spirit Guide was Ti'am, the Moose. He had a sister who attended to all his wants, and it was known that any girl who could see him might marry Size: 27KB. “The Rough-Face Girl is a wonder.” —Nancy Willard, Newberry Award-Winner “In this powerful retelling of a Native-American Cinderella story, the Rough-Face Girl, the youngest of three daughters, is so named because years of tending the fire have scarred her face and arms.

The Rough-Face Girl book. From Algonquin Indian folklore comes one of the most haunting, powerful versions of the Cinderella tale ever told. In a village by the shores of Lake Ontario lived an invisible being.

All the young women wanted to marry him because he was rich, powerful, and supposedly very handsome. But to marry the invisible being the women had to prove to his sister that they had /5(2). About the Book. In this Algonquin Indian version of the Cinderella story, the Rough-Face Girl and her two beautiful but heartless sisters compete for the affections of the Invisible Being.

Subjects. Algonquian Indians, Algonquin Indians, Cinderella (Tale). The Rough-Face Girl by Rafe Martin is a wonderful, rich book to compare with Cinderella.

This book companion can use used to enhance your instruction and read aloud. Here's what is included:Lesson Plans for 5 Days of Reading, Vocabulary, and GrammarBook Question CardsMental Image PosterCompare and.

The Rough-Face Girl Rafe Martin, Author, David Shannon, Illustrator Putnam Publishing Group $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book In this Algonquin.

The version repeated in that book and then retold in "The Rough-Face Girl" is almost perfectly identical. In a way, this proves the entrancing nature of this tale, and its capacity for retellings. With Rafe Martin's book, one of the best Cinderella stories from around the globe (if not THE best) is accompanied by David Shannon's fabulous /5().

THE INVISIBLE ONE AND THE ROUGH-FACED GIRL A Mifkmaw Native American Legend There was once a large village situated on the border of a lake. At one end of the village was a lodge in which lived a being who was always invisible. He was a mighty hunter, whose Spirit Guide was Titam, the Moose.

He had a sister who attended to all his wants. The Rough-Face Girl is able to answer the sister's questions because she sees the Invisible Being in the natural world around her. Almost throughout the book, the text appears on the left side, giving the entire right side of the book to powerful : Rachel Kammerer.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Last week we dug deep into The Rough Face Girl by Rafe Martin. We learned a lot throughout the unit, but our main focus was identifying/using adjectives and comparing different versions of a folktale.

My students really enjoyed this book. The rough-face girl. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) Martin, Rafe, and David Shannon. The Rough-face Girl. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide) Martin, Rafe, and David Shannon, The Rough-face Girl.

New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. ''The Rough-Face Girl'' is about an Indian girl who wins in the end. These activities will explore the Algonquin Indian tribe, as well as allow students to use their creative abilities to recreate.

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The Unit Pack has the following: Vocab Cards with Matching Definitions 2 Bubble Maps 2 Compare and Contrast Activities ABC Order Vocabulary Page.In this Algonquin Indian version of the Cinderella story, the Rough-Face Girl and her two beautiful but heartless sisters compete for the affections of the Invisible Being.

This variation on the Cinderella tale takes place in an Algonquin village on the shores of Lake Ontario/5(30).From Algonquin Indian folklore comes one of the most haunting, powerful versions of the Cinderella tale ever told. In a village by the shores of Lake Ontario lived an invisible being.

All the young women wanted to marry him because he was rich, powerful, and supposedly very handsome. But to marry the invisible being the women had to prove to his sister that they had seen him/5(30).