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Crossing Bok Chitto: A Choctaw Tale of Friendship & Freedom (edição 2008)

por Tim Tingle (Autor)

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In the 1800s, a Choctaw girl becomes friends with a slave boy from a plantation across the great river, and when she learns that his family is in trouble, she helps them cross to freedom.
Membro:JHemstad
Título:Crossing Bok Chitto: A Choctaw Tale of Friendship & Freedom
Autores:Tim Tingle (Autor)
Informação:Cinco Puntos Press (2008), Edition: Reprint, 40 pages
Colecções:A sua biblioteca
Avaliação:*****
Etiquetas:History, historical fiction, choctaw, slavery, plantation, Bok Chitto, friendship, family 3-5

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Crossing Bok Chitto: A Choctaw Tale of Friendship and Freedom por Tim Tingle

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    Stone River Crossing por Tim Tingle (eo206)
    eo206: An expanded story of Crossing Bok Chitto
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I absolutely loved this book. I think I would show it primarily to intermediate aged students because the content is more mature and needs more of and older understanding to comprehend the importance of the story being told. It tells of the story of friendship, family, and how two cultures can come together to help one another and show appreciation. I would use this in my class to teach the importance of acceptance and how we all come from different places but that should not keep us from creating close personal connections. ( )
  RaeganZuyus | Mar 1, 2021 |
This story would be a good fit for primary grade levels. This is a story about Martha Tom, a Choctaw girl and Mo an African American slave who develop an unexpected friendship when Mo must sneak her home across the river. Later in the story when their friendship has continued to grow Mo and his family must sneak away when they discover their mother has been sold and will be taken away from them. The Choctaw tribe helps Mo and his family disappear across the river to freedom.
This would be a good fit for units on slavery or friendship. ( )
  dmckibbon | Mar 1, 2021 |
This book would be good for intermediate grades. This story does talk about slavery, so this would be a book for older students.

This book is about a girl named Martha Tom. One morning she goes to collect berries and sees a group of slaves on the other side of the river singing. She walks over and begins to head back home. On her way home she gets lost and and one of the little boys who is a slave walks her back to the other side of the river to make sure that she gets home safe. She teaches Moses how to walk across the river. He goes back home and find out that his mother has been sold. This means that their family will be separated and they will not see them again. Moses has the idea for them to try and escape. He takes the way that Martha Tom taught him. Martha and her mother help guide them across. He brings his family safely across the river and they are free.

This is a great way to teach our students about Indian Americans and slavery. It is a success story about how slaves were able to escape. I would use this in my classroom to introduce the topic of slavery. This is a good way to dip our toes into the topic. ( )
  julia.rexine | Mar 1, 2021 |
Crossing Bok Chitto is a great book for older readers and it contains a great story of young girl from indigenous people, and a boy in slavery. The young boy and girl develop a close relationship and they both know how to cross Bok Chitto. In Bok Chitto there is a secret path in the river that only the indigenous people and the young boy know how to cross. The young boys mother was sold into slavery and he knows the only way to keep his family together is to cross Bok Chitto. The indigenous people help the family cross the river and they escape into the night and disappear. This book describes a close friendship through history. ( )
  HunterBartoo | Mar 1, 2021 |
For intermediate to advanced readers. It is a longer book. It is about a Native American forming a friendship with a slave on a plantation. His mother gets sold and her tribe helps them escape. The pictures are beautiful, the clothing, ceremonies, and pictures of nature represent Native American culture in a beautiful light. ( )
  Bhadley | Mar 1, 2021 |
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These issues notwithstanding, Crossing Bok Chitto is an awesome story of survival, generosity, courage, kindness and love; enhanced by Jeanne Rorex Bridges’ luminous acrylic on watercolor board paintings on a subdued palette of mostly browns and greens.
 

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