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Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882
Hiawatha and the Pearl-Feather
Hiawatha and Megissogwon / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ; illustrated by Jeffrey Thompson ; afterword by Joseph Bruchac
Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society, c2001
book jacket
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 Juvenile Historic/1st Flr/ Check out to UM-D students, faculty & staff  jPN.Long4.H5 2001    AVAILABLE
Subject Hiawatha, active 15th century -- Juvenile fiction
Subject(s) Iroquois Indians -- Kings and rulers -- Juvenile fiction
Children's poetry, American -- Juvenile poetry
Physical Description [30] p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm
Summary Legendary Hiawatha, son of the West Wind, ventures into a desolate land to battle an evil magician in this compelling episode from Longfellow's epic, The Song of Hiawatha. Action-packed drama combines with magic as the brave young hero slays serpents, evades ghosts, and finally confronts the mighty Megissogwon. Jeffrey Thompson's powerful blend of scratchboard and computer illustration enhances the magic of Longfellow's stirring poetry, drawing a new generation of children into this classic tale. An afterword by prominent Native American author Joseph Bruchac answers the question: Is this an authentic Native American legend?
NOTE Gift from an anonymous donor, 2013
Alternate Author Thompson, Jeffrey, 1970- ill

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