Normal view MARC view

The crossing / by Donna Jo Napoli ; with illustrations by Jim Madsen.

By: Napoli, Donna Jo, 1948-
Contributor(s): Madsen, Jim, 1964- [ill.]
Publisher: New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers ; [2011]; ©2011Edition: 1st edDescription: [40] pages : color illustrations ; 24 x 27 cmSubject(s): Sacagawea -- Family -- Fiction | Charbonneau, Jean-Baptiste, 1805-1866 -- Fiction | Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806) -- Fiction | Shoshoni Indians -- Fiction | Indians of North America -- Fiction | Overland journeys to the Pacific -- Fiction | Historical fictionSummary: In 1805, Sacagawea, a woman of the Shoshoni tribe, helps Meriwether Lewis and William Clark find a passage to the West Coast, in this story told through the eyes of the baby boy on Sacagawea's back.
List(s) this item appears in: Native American Booklist
Item type Current location Call number Status Date due Barcode
Books Books *Literacy Connects
Early
EAR-Napoli (Browse shelf) Available T34320
Books Books *Literacy Connects
Early
EAR-Napoli (Browse shelf) Available T34321
Books Books *Literacy Connects
Early
EAR-Napoli (Browse shelf) Available T34322
Books Books *Literacy Connects
Early
EAR-Napoli (Browse shelf) Available T34323
Books Books *Literacy Connects
Early
EAR-Napoli (Browse shelf) Available T34324
Books Books *Literacy Connects
Early
EAR-Napoli (Browse shelf) Available T 31180
Browsing *Literacy Connects shelves, Shelving location: Early Close shelf browser
EAR-Murphy Jump, kangaroo, jump! / EAR-Murphy Shark swimathon / EAR-Naden Creepy crawly creatures / EAR-Napoli The crossing / EAR-National Geographic Dinosaurs / EAR-National Geographic Dinosaurs / EAR-National Geographic Dinosaurs /

School Library Journal, July 2011

Pub Weekly, April 2011

New York Times, July 2011

Kirkus Review, May 2011

Library Media Connection, November 2011

Science Books & Films (A.A.A.S.), December 2011

In 1805, Sacagawea, a woman of the Shoshoni tribe, helps Meriwether Lewis and William Clark find a passage to the West Coast, in this story told through the eyes of the baby boy on Sacagawea's back.

2.7 Reading level.

K-3 Interest level.

L Fountas & Pinnell.

There are no comments on this title.

to post a comment.