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ISBN-10: 150814110X
ISBN-13: 9781508141105
Author: Quinlivan, Ada
Interest Level: 3-8
Publisher: Rosen Publishing

Publication Date: January 2016

Copyright: 2016

Page Count: 32

Series: Spotlight On Native Americans

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Interest Level

Grades 3-8

Reading Level

Guided Reading: Q
Lexile: 990L
Accelerated Reader Level: 6.5
Accelerated Reader Points: 0.5
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BISAC Subjects

JUVENILE NONFICTION / People & Places / United States / Native American

This book introduces readers to the Choctaw tribe, a Native American group originally from the Southeastern United States. This text discusses traditional clothing, diet, customs, and housing of the Choctaw tribe, as well as how their way of life changed after interactions with European peoples. This book also covers what the Choctaw tribe is like today, including where they live and how they keep their past alive. Readers will find a rich learning experience through engaging text and color photographs. This book supports history curricula, both regional and national.