Kumak"s river

a tall tale from the Far North
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Alaska Northwest Books , Portland, OR
Juvenile fiction,
StatementMichael Bania
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.B2145 Kw 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25355570M
ISBN 139780882408866, 9780882408873
LC Control Number2012019726

KUMAK'S RIVER: A Tall Tale from the Far North is a children's picturebook from Michael Bania as he tells the story of Kumak and his journeys to visit his family as he lives in the far north. As the river's ice breaks and flows away, he usually visits his family, but when the ice breaks and jams the river, trouble may come for Kumak and the village.5/5(1).

The river doesn’t “visit” long, though, and once the dam breaks up, everyone climbs down to help one another successfully recover their strayed goods and animals. The Alaskan author draws from her own experiences to tell the lightly patterned tale, and she illustrates it with bright watercolor scenes replete with frisky dogs and smiling.

KUMAK'S RIVER: A Tall Tale from the Far North is a children's picturebook from Michael Bania as he tells the story of Kumak and his journeys to visit his family as he lives in the far north.

As the river's ice breaks and flows away, he usually visits his family, but when the ice breaks and jams the river, trouble may come for Kumak and the : Advantage Media Group. Kumak's River book.

Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the Arctic, before winter gives way to buds and flowers, breakup oc /5.

This is a Tall Tale from the Far North. It is the story of Kumak and his magic fishing rod. One day, the weather was perfect for this Inuit family to Kumaks river book fishing. They all went together.

By the end of the day, everyone had caught a fish except for Kumak, but he did not give up.4/5. Kumak’s river: A tall tale from the far north — by Michael Bania In an Arctic village, the locals welcome spring as the frozen river breaks apart, and a little boy named Kumak brings them together to rescue their supplies, toys, household goods, and, finally, his dogs.

Kumak's River A Tall Tale from the Far North Her second book, KUMAK'S FISH was a Notable Social Studies Trade Book, Children's Book Council. Both books were chosen for the Alaska Association of School Libraries "Battle of the Books" for First Grade.

KUMAK'S FISH was an honor book for the first Wanda Gág Read Aloud Book Award. Kumak's River | In the Kumaks river book, before winter gives way to buds and flowers, breakup occurs--the moment when the ice of a frozen river suddenly breaks apart in a spectacular sight-and-sound show.

Massive chunks of ice crunch and pound against one another, pushing their way down river towards the sea. Bania’s first book, KUMAK'S HOUSE Kumaks river book a Children's Book Council Notable Trade Book in Social Studies. Her second book, KUMAK’S FISH was a Notable Social Studies Trade Book, Children’s Book Council.

Both books were chosen for the Alaska Association of School Libraries “Battle of the Books” for First Grade.5/5(1). Authentic details throughout the playful art and text, as well as endnotes on Inupiat fishing, provide young readers with a fascinating window into another culture in this follow up to KUMAK'S HOUSE a Children's Book Council Notable Trade Book in Social Studies.5/5(13).

On a beautiful Arctic morning, Kumak looks out the window of his house at the sun rising over the frozen river.

"Ahhh, spring," says Kumak to his family. "The days are long, the nights are short, and the ice is still hard. Good day for fish." Eager to give Uncle Aglu's amazing hooking stick a try, Kumak packs up his family and heads out to go ice fishing/5(3).

Get this from a library. Kumak's river: a tall tale from the Far North. [Michael Bania] -- In an Arctic village, the locals welcome spring as the frozen river breaks apart, and a little boy named Kumak brings them together to rescue their supplies, toys, household goods, and, finally, his.

Kumak's Fish: A Tale of the Far North, for students of 3rd grade On a beautiful Arctic morning, Kumak looks out the window of his house at the sun rising over the frozen river. "Ahhh, spring. In the Arctic, before winter gives way to buds and flowers, breakup occurs—the moment when the ice of a frozen river suddenly breaks apart in a spectacular sight-and-sound show.

Massive chunks of ice crunch and pound against one another, pushing their way down river towards the sea. ‘“That river will come to visit us today,” said Kumak. The water starts rising. It spills out of the. Kumak’s River.

• Develop an awareness of the difference between. fiction. and. nonfiction. in this book. • Identify the types of words that describe how the water rose up and went down.

• Become familiar with.

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alliteration. and write some examples of silly sentences. Discussion Questions: 1. Download Free Kumaks Fish A Tale Of The Far North Book in PDF and EPUB Free Download.

You can read online Kumaks Fish A Tale Of The Far North and write the review. Kumak looks out the window of his house at the sun rising over the frozen river.

"Ahhh, spring," says Kumak to his family. "The days are long, the nights are short, and the ice. Kumak's House: A Tale of the Far North Author: (Ms.) Michael Bania Pages: 32 Publisher/Date: Alaska Northwest Books/ ISBN: Grade Levels: Kindergarten and up. Book Review "At the edge of a great frozen river, Kumak and his family lived in their house by the willows.

Though their house was warm and cozy, Kumak was not happy. Book Wizard; Kumak's Fish A Tall Tale from the Far North. By Michael Bania. Grades. PreK-K, Kumak thinks he has caught a great fish when he and his family pull on his Uncle's "hooking stick" at an Arctic fishing hole one day, though he'll need lots of help to succeed.

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When you've entered you desired search terms use tab to navigate through the available results and hit enter to open the selected page or document. Kumak reigns, and there's plenty for everybody. Authentic details throughout the playful art and text, as well as endnotes on Inupiat fishing, provide young readers with a fascinating window into another culture in this follow up to KUMAK'S HOUSE a Children's Book Council Notable Trade Book in Social Studies.5/5(2).

On a beautiful Arctic morning, Kumak looks out the window of his house at the sun rising over the frozen river. "Ahhh, spring," says Kumak to his family.

"The days are long, the nights are short, and the ice is still hard. Good day for fish." Eage. AR Book Level: Lexile Measure: Other Designators: Culturally Diverse. Summary.

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The story begins on a spring, Arctic morning. Kumak decided it would be a perfect day for fishing and his family agreed. They all got on a sled and dogs carried them to the fishing hole. He picked up his Uncle Aglu’s hooking stick on the way there.

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could see the sun rising over the frozen river. “Ahhh, spring,” said Kumak to his family. “The days are long. The nights are short, and the ice is still hard. Good day for fish.” &%& “Good day for fish,” said Kumak’s wife, pulling on her warm parka.

“Good day for fish,” File Size: 2MB. Kumak's Fish: A Tall Tale from the Far North by Michael Bania. 2 Total Resources View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity. Grade; PK-5; Genre; Fairy Tales /. I have created 20 comprehension question cards to go along with the main selection "Kumak's Fish" in the Scott Foresman Reading StreetⓇ Series Third Grade Unit 1 Week 3.

These question cards can be used while reading the story as a whole/small group, or as a follow up.

They are a great resource fo /5(13). Location. The Kumai River originates in the Schwaner Mountains and flows south for kilometres ( mi) to the Java Sea.

It empties into Kumai Bay. The bay has a mud bottom that gives a good anchorage in a depth of 4 to 6 fathoms (24 to 36 ft; to m). The river is navigable by vessels with a draft of 2 metres (6 ft 7 in) up to the village of Kumai on its right bank, 13 miles (21 km ⁃ coordinates: 2°56′15″S °43′56″E /.

62 Phonics Base Words and Endings Home Activity Your child wrote words that end with -ed, -ing, -er, and -est. Work with your child to write a story using the words on the page above.

Before the writing begins, ask your child to review the words he or she wrote and think about ways to use the words. Base Words and EndingsFile Size: 1MB.Kumak's Fish is tied to the Scott Foresman Reading Street book. This one week unit is also completely aligned to Common Core Objectives with objectives listed on each page.

This comprehensive unit contains: 5 pages using vocabulary words 7 spelling pages 2 grammar pages 9 4/5(20).Question of the Week: How can people achieve goals? Genre: Tall Tale Comprehension Skill: Sequence Comprehension Strategy: Comprehension Vocabulary: gear - equipment needed for some purpose parka - a jacket with a hood splendid - magnificent or grand twitch - to move with a quick jerk willow - a tree with tough slender branches yanked - pulled or jerked.