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Sequoia: Friend of Animals Richard De Montebello

Sequoia: Friend of Animals

Richard De Montebello

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ISBN : 9780967157207
Paperback
66 pages
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Sequoia: Friends of Animals is the first in a series of graphic novels about the life and times of a Mammoth named Browser and his friend, a young native by named Sequoia. Based on (c) The Adventures of Browser and Sequoia comic book series, thisMoreSequoia: Friends of Animals is the first in a series of graphic novels about the life and times of a Mammoth named Browser and his friend, a young native by named Sequoia. Based on (c) The Adventures of Browser and Sequoia comic book series, this wonderfully illustrated graphic novel series is full of drama and adventure. Its for kids and for parents who read to their kids. The Adventures of Browser and Sequoia comic book/graphic novel series has been endorsed by the Midwest Book Review and two Virginia Teachers of the Year, Joanne Groseclose and Cathy Ney. Fourteen thousand winters ago, the world was a dangerous and beautiful place. The trees were never taller, the animals were never bigger and the predators never more cunning nor savage.... The Midwest Book Review The Adventures of Browser and Sequoia is a unique and highly recommended...for subscritionn by both school and community libraries as well as any child with an interest in Native American studies or a superbly presented illustrated story of life in the long ago. Its] much more than just another adventure comic or graphic novel. James A Cox, Editor in Chief I am very impressed with the values of honesty, caring and respect for nature that your comic books promote. We have enjoyed the humor, the adventure, and the history found in your stories. I teach students with learning disabilities and I have found The Adventures of Browser and Sequoia to be highly motiviating for these students. Joanne Groseclose 1991 Virginia Teacher of the Year I am very excited about this project. This comic book type series has great potential as a learning tool for Virginia students. Catherine Ney 1994-95 Christa McAiliffe Fellow 1995 Presidentil Awardee in Elementary Science 1996 Virginia Elementary Technology Teacher of the Year