The Eye of the Needle Based on a Yupik Tale Download ✓ eBook PDF or Kindle ePUB

Summary The Eye of the Needle Based on a Yupik Tale

The Eye of the Needle Based on a Yupik Tale Download ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ã Sent out to hunt by his grandmother hungry little Amik can't resist eating everything he catches The he catches the he eats until he can no longer fit through the door of his grandmother's Yupik house in the Arctic N his grandmother releases the magic in her ivory sewing needle Amik finally learns the importance of sharing. Eye of the Needle is about greed being selfish and the importance of sharing The young boy in the story is so hungry that he eats everything he hunts Eventually he returns home with nothing However as folklore teaches he does return with his entire catch a feast large enough for the entire community His punishment is that he is no longer hungry and can’t partake and enjoy the fruits of his hunt Eye of the Needle is a Yupik Eskimo folktale as retold by Betty Huffmon in collaboration with author Teri Sloat According to the back cover Sloat met Huffmon in the Alaska bush when they were both teachers The carefully researched illustrations tell the story beautifully Colors used are earth and sea tones After each fish is devoured Amik’s size grows in proportion to the fish he has just eaten Through the creativity of the illustrator the visual illustrations could stand alone and tell the story even without the text

Free download ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ë Teri Sloat

Es the he eats until he can no longer fit through the door of his grandmother's Yupik house in the Arctic Whe. Love this story It's fun to read and the illustrations match the environment and culture Helps to discuss the lesson Amik learns This will be gifted to my Grandkids

Teri Sloat ë 7 Characters

The Eye of the Needle Based on a Yupik TaleSent out to hunt by his grandmother hungry little Amik can't resist eating everything he catches The he catch. yupik tale retold the kiddos loved it particularly the alien arctic landscape and the animals in itsort of a morality tale on gluttony and communal needs vivid