Sootface



BOOKS Sootface Author Robert D San Souci Buyantivirus.us Once, An Ojibwa Man Whose Wife Had Died Raised Three Daughters Alone The Two Older Girls Were Lazy And Bad Tempered, And Made Their Youngest Sister Do All The Work When The Flames From The Cooking Fire Singed Her Hair Or Burned Her Skin, They Laughed And Called Her Sootface.While She Worked, Sootface Dreamed That One Day She Would Find A Husband Then A Mighty Warrior With The Power To Make Himself Invisible Decides To Marry Only A Woman With A Kind And Honest Heart Could See Him, And Be His Bride.Though Her Sisters Ridicule Her, Sootface Sets Off To Try Her Luck, Never Looking Back Her Courage And Good Nature Bring Her The Husband She Has Longed For.Sootface

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Sootface
  • Robert D. San Souci
  • English
  • 18 December 2019
  • 044041363X

10 thoughts on “Sootface

  1. says:

    The illustrations are gorgeous

  2. says:

    Sootface An Ojibwa Cinderella Story is a brilliant Native American version of Cinderella retold by Robert D San Souci along with beautiful illustrations by Daniel San Souci In this version, a young girl named Sootface is mistreated by her two older sisters, but when a mighty warrior wanted to marry a woman who can see him when he is invisible, Sootface realizes that true beauty lies within Sootface An Ojibwa Cinderella Story is a beautiful retelling of one of the most beloved fairy ta Sootface An Ojibwa Cinderella Story is a brilliant Native American version of Cinderella retold by Robert D San Souci along with beautiful illustrations by Daniel San Souci In this version, a young girl named Sootface is mistreated by her two older sisters, but when a mighty warrior wanted to marry a woman who can see him when he is invisible, Sootface realizes that true beauty lies within Sootface An Ojibwa Cinderella Story is a beautiful retelling of one of the most beloved fairy tales ever created and will be an instant treat for children.Robert D San Souci has done a terrific job at retelling this old Native American tale as he makes the story both dramatic...

  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here SynopsisSootface is the third daughter of an Ojibwa widower Her two older sisters treat Sootface very badly, forcing her to cook, clean, and do all of their chores while they take credit One day the sister of the Invisible warrior told the villagers that her brother was ready to take a wife but would only marry the first girl who could tell her what his bow and bowstring was made of Slowly each of the village girls don their finest gowns and make the trip to the warrior s house only to be turn SynopsisS...

  4. says:

    Sootface An Ojibwa Cinderella Story, retold by Robert D San Souci, is a picture book intended for readers in preschool through grade three I gave it five stars In this story, Sootface is made to do the chores and all of the work of her two older sisters Sootface, however, is rewarded for her kind heart with the love of a powerful and mighty warrior who is invisible until his true love sees him Sootface wins his love after many have tried, lied, and failed because only she can pass his m Sootface An Ojibwa Cinderella Story, retold by Robert D San Souci, is a picture book intended for readers in preschool through grade three I gave it five stars In this story, Sootface is made to do the chores and all of the work of her two older sisters Sootface, however, is rewarded for her kind heart with the love of a powerful and mighty warrior who is invisible until his true love sees him Sootface wins his love after many have tried, lied, and failed because only she can pass his marriage test to truly see the warrior and tell what his magic bow is made of The illustrations in this text are colorful and full of natural elements They represent and give brilliant color to many Native American objects and ideas the rainbow, canoes, moccasins, birch trees, and traditional headdre...

  5. says:

    My favorite part of this book is that Sootface doesn t require magic to pull herself together to find a man Instead, it is her own ingenuity and pure heart that help her attain him This distinction is something I would focus upon with students I would then introduce symbolism throughout the book For example, the mighty warrior s bow of rainbow and white fire represents his a openness, acceptance, and strength I would have each student create his or her own special bows representing the qual My favorite ...

  6. says:

    Retelling of a fairy tale not very like Cinderella there being a lot of tales where the heroine is treated badly by her family in the opening , where the heroine has to pass a test of ability before she wins to her happy ending A well done treatment.

  7. says:

    Sootface is a Native American version of Cinderella It is about a young girl named Sootface, who is treated terribly by her two older sisters But a hunter, who no one has ever seen, tells his sister to go to the town and tell the people that the first woman to see him will be the one he takes as his wife.Many woman try, including Sootface s two older sisters, but all fail to see the invisible hunter Except for Sootface, she is the only one able to see the hunter and so she becomes his wife.Th Sootface is a Native American version of Cinderella It is about a young girl nam...

  8. says:

    A beautiful Cinderella rendition that is told as an Ojibwa tale with matching colorful pictures For those who haven t explored the world of Cinderella the story can be refreshing as it is simple and different But for those who like the similaritie...

  9. says:

    This book was a very good book it was a native american version of cinderella it kapt me reading and i recomend it i think you should read it the girl was looking for an invisible man I rate it 2.5 out of 5 stars it was ok.

  10. says:

    Superb, realistic illustrations based on historic and archaeological research elevate this retelling of the Ojibwa Cinderella San Souci s characterization is strong, but it bothered me that Sootface described herself as ugly All ends happily, of course.

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