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Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Random House
Publication Date: 2010
The Indian in the Cupboard Progeny Press Study GuideAndrew ClausenProgeny Press / 2003 / Trade Paperback$15.89 Retail:
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The Indian in the Cupboard, Literature Guide, Grades 5-8Teacher Created Resources / 1992 / Trade Paperback$8.19 Retail:
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The Indian in the Cupboard, Novel Units Teacher's Guide, Gr. 5-6Lynne Reid BanksECS Learning Systems, Inc. / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:
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Return of the Indian, Novel Units Teacher's Guide, Grades 5-6Lynne Reid BanksECS Learning Systems, Inc. / Trade Paperback$6.49 Retail:
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Full of magic and appealing characters, this classic novel takes readers on a remarkable adventure.
It's Omri's birthday, but all he gets from his best friend, Patrick, is a little plastic Indian brave. Trying to hide his disappointment, Omri puts the Indian in a metal cupboard and locks the door with a mysterious skeleton key that once belonged to his great-grandmother. Little does Omri know that by turning the key, he will transform his ordinary plastic Indian into a real live man from an altogether different time and place! Omri and the tiny warrior called Little Bear could hardly be more different, yet soon the two forge a very special friendship. Will Omri be able to keep Little Bear without anyone finding out and taking his precious Indian from him?
"Best novel of the year (1981)."--The New York Times.
Rebecca Caudill Young Reader's Book Award, California Young Reader Medal, Pacific Northwest Young Readers Choice Award, A Virginia Young Readers Award.
From the Hardcover edition.
ErikaWashingtonAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Wonderful storyAugust 1, 2015ErikaWashingtonAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5We read this 3 book series during the summer as a family. My kids are 8, 6, 2, and newborn. They LOVED these books and asked often to keep reading. We ended up going through all three books in less than 3 weeks. The story is delightful and imaginative. There is a movie out covering the first book (quick note that the movie of course deviates from the book and contains some language-even some from Omri and portrays the Indian as all wise and announcing that there is no God). The characters in the book are more multi-dimensional, but the book still occasionally has some language. It was an enjoyable read as a family. My 8 year old had a hard time understanding the cowboy's speech as it was written when she read it on her own, but when I read it aloud, no problem.
ChrisMenifee, CaGender: female5 Stars Out Of 5February 27, 2012ChrisMenifee, CaGender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My son is really enjoying the book and finds humor in it. Likes the idea of having a little person to take care of. I'm going to have hime write sequal to the book to see what he thinks happens in the next chapters.