[New York Is English, Chattanooga Is Creek. (Richard Jackson Books (Atheneum Hardcover))] E–book · Chris Raschka

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Fiction yet with non fiction concepts i never knew i could be Concepts I Never Knew I Could Be Interested concepts I never knew I could be so interested the origin of city names I just wish there was a bibliography or some type of origin of city names I just wish there was a bibliography or some type of page at the end of the book to help students do further research on the city names I love Raschka s style I have a bin of his work in the room that I find myself oing back to often Like others I like the idea here and there is lot of consider by way of how text and image are working together but something is lost in the party line. Suppose you are a CITY Yes you looking at this book Who named you SANTA FE or PORTLAND or. New York Is English, Chattanooga Is Creek. (Richard Jackson Books (Atheneum Hardcover))

Chris Raschka Ä 5 Summary

Resting part of the book and the story weaving all of their personalities together to be eh and a little repetitiveInk and watercolor illustrations are beautiful and really take into account the naming cultures I think this idea works better as an art installation and less as a book as the portraits of the characters aka cities were fabulous and the information about the names was interesting This was so much fun I loved learning about the names of cities and I liked the was so much fun I loved learning about the names of cities and I liked the of the the names of cities and I liked the uirkiness of the Of relatives near and far from all over tha nation These relatives will be lad to meet ,