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Iktomi Loses His Eyes It was a trick that a trickster like Iktomi couldn t possibly resist A mysterious man showed him how to send his eyes up to the top of a fence post and then summon them back to his face Remember the

  • Title: Iktomi Loses His Eyes
  • Author: Paul Goble
  • ISBN: 9780531332009
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Iktomi Loses His Eyes By Paul Goble, It was a trick that a trickster like Iktomi couldn t possibly resist A mysterious man showed him how to send his eyes up to the top of a fence post and then summon them back to his face Remember, the man warned him, not than four times a day, or something bad will happen But did Iktomi listen Does Iktomi ever listen Sure to be greeted with howls of delight froIt was a trick that a trickster like Iktomi couldn t possibly resist A mysterious man showed him how to send his eyes up to the top of a fence post and then summon them back to his face Remember, the man warned him, not than four times a day, or something bad will happen But did Iktomi listen Does Iktomi ever listen Sure to be greeted with howls of delight from his countless fans, the legendary scoundrel of the Plains Indians returns, as outrageous as ever, in his seventh uproarious adventure.

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    1. The trickster Iktomi thinks he has found the greatest trick to show other people when a man shows up who can send his eyes to other places and then call them back again The problems come when Iktomi is so excited about how popular his new trick will make him that he doesn t listen to all of the instructions on how to use this new found trick Disaster happens and Iktomi loses his eyes He does talk some other animals into lending him an eye, but other eyes don t work the same way as human eyes, an [...]

    2. Iktomi loses his eyes author is Paul Goble who is a Caldecott awards owner The theme of this book should be we have to be honest and keep our promise I think this is really important for young kids They can really learn a lesson by reading this book At the beginning of the book, it gives a background that Iktomi was not a very popular person in his village One day he met a men and iktomi said he will keep his promise to this men, but he failed, this caused he lost his eyes, when he go back to ho [...]

    3. The text of this story relies heavily on support from other sources The endpages feature great material and the illustrations feature clever labels and thought bubbles that help to explain elements of the story Iktomi is a traditional Native American character who often gets into trouble, and Goble has created stories about this trickster Within the story, different colored text indicates where the author intends for the reader to ask a question or insert a comment about the tale This makes for [...]

    4. Iktomi can t win for losing He loses his eyes, borrows two that don t work, uses his tomahawk on himself, and his wife won t even let him come home I guess that is what you get when you don t listen and think this disgusting trick is amusing I enjoyed the comments that were interjected throughout the story They made me feel like I was sitting around the fire listening to the story with a group of friends Iktomi s comments were comical and provided his vain perspective I could see how they would [...]

    5. Well, besides Goble not being a true insider, this book has a lot of merit Goble definitely is trying to depict the Lakota character, Iktomi, in an authentic way with his characterization and illustrations Iktomi has such a humorful and clearly original voice shown in the text and in Iktomi s speech bubbles shown paired with the hide painting resembling illustrations with a modern twist This character really comes alive Goble even attempts to depict the flavor of the dialogue between the audienc [...]

    6. I enjoyed this book because not only is it humorous, it leaves the reader to answer questions about the moral of the story I like it when authors give kids a chance to think for themselves The illustrations are varied, from vibrant and detailed, to amorphous with asides describing certain aspects of the costume The author changes the font from black to grey when asking the reader to interpret or predict what is happening Make sure to check out the front page, there is a note from Iktomi himself [...]

    7. Can t help laughing at the antics in this fable As always, the information Paul Goble includes about the real people is very interesting.

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