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  1. Brother Eagle, Sister Sky A Message from Chief Seattle. By Susan Jeffers. Grades. PreK-K, M. Genre. Non-Fiction. When the land that belongs to his people is sold to white men, Chief Seattle describes his people's love of the land and asks the white men to cherish it .
  2. Author, Susan Jeffers, wrote Brother Eagle, Sister Sky with an environmental theme in mind. I believe that her purpose was to pay respect to Native Americans and their connection with the land. With that said I feel that Jeffers missed the mark with this text and /5.
  3. “Brother eagle, sister sky: a message from Chief Seattle”, Dial Books for Young Readers 10 Copy quote Man belongs to the Earth, Earth does not belong to man.
  4. My brother was Brother Eagle and I was Sister Sky. It is a beautifully illustrated book with a powerful, well written message. I had to find it for my children to grow up on because the moral of the story is one I want to pass on for generations to come. Chief Seattle was a wise man with incredible integrity/5(32).
  5. audience in his book The Power of Myth. I too have adapted Chief Seattle’ s message for Brother Eagle, Sister Sky. What matters is that Chief Seattle’ s words inspired—and continue to inspire—a most compelling truth: In our zeal to build and possess, we may lose all that we have.
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  7. Students listen to the story Brother Eagle, Sister Sky and observe Native American clothing worn by the characters in the book. Students create a vest out of a pre-cut brown paper bag and decorate with Native American symbols.
  8. Page buttons By Jon C. Stott, from Native Americans in Children's Literature. Among many adults, Susan Jeffers's Brother Eagle, Sister Sky, an illustrated adaptation of the Spokane Exposition adaptation of Chief Seattle's purported speech of or , is an ideal picture book--gorgeously illustrated and topical in its sensitive ecological message.

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