Home to Medicine Mountain

Home to Medicine Mountain By Chiori Santiago, Home to Medicine Mountain In the s two young brothers are sent to a government run Indian residential school an experience shared by generations of Native American children At these schools children are forbidden to speak
  • Title: Home to Medicine Mountain
  • Author: Chiori Santiago
  • ISBN: 9780892391554
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Home to Medicine Mountain By Chiori Santiago, In the 1930s two young brothers are sent to a government run Indian residential school an experience shared by generations of Native American children At these schools, children are forbidden to speak their native tongue and are taught to abandon their Indian ways.Native American artist Judith Lowry s illustrations are inspired by the stories she heard from her fatherIn the 1930s two young brothers are sent to a government run Indian residential school an experience shared by generations of Native American children At these schools, children are forbidden to speak their native tongue and are taught to abandon their Indian ways.Native American artist Judith Lowry s illustrations are inspired by the stories she heard from her father and uncle The lyrical narrative and compelling paintings blend memory and myth in this bittersweet story of the boys journey home one summer and the healing power of their culture.
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    1. A simple and historical story about two brothers forced to learning a new culture unlike their own They learn the importance of their native roots and learn to put family first to keep their strength I recommend this book to all ages It s a simple read that brings a little history to its pages for the reader A short adventure story that I enjoyed for the few minutes it took to read.



    2. This book reflects historical events in which American population tried to assimilate Native Americans in the social system at the expense of erasing their cultural legacy and expression It clearly depicts the aspects of inequality in relation to Native American culture that prevailed in American society Home to Medicine Mountain is able to introduce young readers to the concept of inequality and exemplify the wrongs of prejudice towards others This breathtaking story is based on true events tha [...]


    3. A beautifully illustrated picture book for children about two Northern California Indian boys sent to boarding school in Southern California I not only love the illustrations, but especially appreciate the way it is written The story is told simply and in a straight forward manner It doesn t emphasize how unfair and cruel it was to force Indian children to go to school far away from their families That is evident to anyone The other thing I like about this book is that it is about California Ind [...]


    4. Loved this story based on the illustrator s family history about two boys finding their own way home from Indian boarding school in California The illustrations are gorgeous, gorgeous This is a text heavy book but the pictures are very vivid and my kindergartener and toddler both love the book I shorten the text for the toddler Very descriptive and thought provoking about what was wrong with the boarding schools e.g kids have to march in straight lines, are not allowed to speak their own languag [...]


    5. Home to Medicine Mountain is the 1930s based tale of two young brothers who are sent to a government run Indian residential school an experience shared by generations of Native American children At these schools, children are forbidden to speak their native tongue and are taught to abandon their Indian ways In this multi award winning book, Native American artist Judith Lowry s illustrations are inspired by the stories she heard from her father and uncle The lyrical narrative and compelling pain [...]


    6. This book was about two brothers who entered a bording school This story was based on true story, so it shows me how tuff the bording schoo was for the Native American children I cannot imaginge how hard young children were aparting from their parents Their lives were totally different from where they used to live.Later, the two brother wanted to meet their family, so they escaped the bording school and stole a ride on a train Finally they met their family,but after summer, they came back to the [...]


    7. Great often forgotten history of the many young Indian children who were taken from their homes and send to boarding schools to Americanize them very far from home These brothers escaped one summer by riding the rails to make it back home Beautiful illustrations This story must be told again and again, so as not to be repeated Non Fiction story of the illustrator s father and his brother.


    8. About two young brothers who are separated from their family and sent to live at a government run Indian residential school in the 1930 s an experience many young Indian children faced The little details in this book are one of the many wonderful qualities of this book Great book to help students understand how to emotionally relate to a story about being yanked from your family and forced to live in a whole new way


    9. This is a new discovery from my school library that I will use with Native American research and to pair when reading When The Legends Die by Hal Borland, and other books about the Native American experience My review is posted on my blog today, here teacherdance


    10. Benny Len and his cousin Stanley have to go to the Indian Boarding school in the 1930 s, where their clothes and shoes are stiff and unfamiliar When they cannot afford the fare to go home to Medicine Mountain for the summer, they find a way to get home anyway.


    11. This book contains very unique and beautiful illustrations The two boys were courageous, determined, and full of hope like so many children want to be, which makes this book appealing I loved that they loved hearing their Grandmother s stories It was very sweet Great book for children.


    12. Picture book based on the true story of two Indian boys sent to boarding school and how they made their way back home on the train


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