The Ledgerbook of Thomas Blue Eagle  -     By: Gay Matthaei, Jewel Grutman
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The Ledgerbook of Thomas Blue Eagle

Charlesbridge Publishing / 2003 / Hardcover

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Inspired by the richly detailed picture stories of the Plains Indians--sometimes drawn on ruled ledgers--this book is a visual feast that introduces children to pictographic art. This fictional account, based on historical fact, tells of a young Sioux warrior's childhood adventures on the plains and his journey East to the white man's school.

Product Information

Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 72
Vendor: Charlesbridge Publishing
Publication Date: 2003
Dimensions: 7.25 X 11.63 X 0.50 (inches)
ISBN: 1565660633
ISBN-13: 9781565660632
Ages: 9-12

Publisher's Description

A visually stunning fictional account of a young nineteenth-century Sioux warrior's quest for knowledge that takes him from the plains of his childhood to a far-off boarding school where he learns the ways of the white world--and the value of his own traditions.

A hand-calligraphed tribute to the narrative pictographs recorded by Plains artists in the ruled ledgerbooks they acquired in trade, the weaving of Cvijanovic's richly detailed original illustrations in the "ledger" style into a simply written story inspired by actual events holds appeal for young readers and those who wish to learn more about Native American art and history.

Author Bio

Gay Matthaei is an interior designer who has specialized in historic restorations and art consultation. She is also a professional photographer. She and her twin sister, Jewel Grutman, have produced an award-winning art film entitled Where Time is a River. Mrs. Matthaei is the mother of three children and lives in New York City.
Jewel Grutman is an attorney and a photojournalist. She and her husband maintain an office in New York City but try cases all over the United States. They make their home in Greenwich, Connecticut.

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