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If You Lived with The Cherokee

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The third title in a series about Native American people, this book reveals what it was like to grow up in a Cherokee family long ago. Full-color illustrations by a Cherokee artist complement facts about Cherokee games, language, dwellings, medicine, names, and more.
Library Binding, 80 pages
Published October 1st 1998 by Turtleback Books
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Ms. Mielke's Class
I liked this book. It is about what life was like for the Cherokees and how they were affected by the Europeans that came to their territories. It tells about the enemies they had, the weapons they used, the jobs you had, what you ate, type of houses that you used, and many other things. I would recommend this book to young readers and reader that like to learn about Indians. HG

I liked this book because it tells so much about what life was like for the Cherokee people. It also tells the differen
Heather Barrett
This was a very interesting book that gave many facts about the Cherokee Indians. I felt that the cartoonish pictures took away from the story though. It made it seem like the book was historical fiction instead of being informational. I felt that having photographs, even if they were posed shots of modern people that are wearing costumes, would have given the book a better feel so the children would realize this was a true event in history.
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