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Whirlwind Is a Spirit Dancing: Poems Based…

Whirlwind Is a Spirit Dancing: Poems Based on Traditional American Indian…

by Natalia Belting

Other authors: Diane Dillon (Illustrator), Leo Dillon (Illustrator)

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Sweet and dreamy poems, accompanied by beautiful illustrations from Leo and Diane Dillon. I enjoyed the poems in this book and especially the imagery that went along with each poem. I liked that the poems were inspired from native tribes all over the continent.
  noah23 | Mar 14, 2015 |
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Originally published in 1974 as Whirlwind Is a Ghost Dancing, and then reprinted as Whirlwind Is a Spirit Dancing.
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Presents a collection of illustrated poems based on the traditional songs of a wide range Native American Indian ribes describing their relationship with the natural world.

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