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    Raven Tales
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    Grades 4–6

    22 levelled graphic novels of First Nations stories that are perfect for classrooms and school libraries!

    A Raven BirdA series of highly engaging graphic novels based on the Emmy-nominated TV series Raven Tales, which follows the adventures of the powerful transformer and trickster from Aboriginal folklore—Raven—and his cast of friends.

    Great Bear Rock

    Outstanding Features of Raven Tales Stories

    • Built on traditional stories that develop a sense of community, responsibility, respect, and interconnectedness of life
    • High-impact graphic novel visuals, complete with frames, captions, and speech and thought bubbles
    • Each title features an original interpretation of a popular tale from the teachings of the First Nations Peoples
    • Stories include: trickster tales, pourquoi stories, origin stories, as well as traditional tales
    • Humorous stories

    David Bouchard Series EditorDavid Bouchard
    Series Editor

    David Bouchard is considered to be Canada's most respected and published Métis writer. A former teacher and principal, David is an award-winning author, having written over 35 bestselling books. David champions literacy and promotes Aboriginal culture. David Bouchard was named to the Order of Canada in 2009.

    David Booth Literacy ConsultantDavid Booth
    Literacy Consultant

    David Booth is a renowned educator and professor emeritus in the Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Department at OISE/U of T, as well as the Chair of the Literacy Centre at Nipissing University. David is the author of dozens of books for teachers, educators, and parents. David is also a program consultant for Scholastic's Timeline graphic novel series.

    Click here to read about the Raven Tales reviewers, too!

    Graphic Novel Format
    About the Raven Tales TV Show
    Raven Tales is broadcast on Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) and has been reviewed and approved by National Geographic via the All Roads Film Project, the BC Ministry of Education as part of the Aboriginal Enhancement program, and the Smithsonian Institute via the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI). The creators also worked closely with a number of tribal councils including the Coast Salish, Haida, Comanche, Apache, Zuni, Navajo, Kwakwaka’wakw, and Cherokee.

    Teacher Guide for the Raven Tales series includes:

    Raven Tales Teacher
    • Support for small group work
    • Support for connecting Raven Tales to First Nations cultures and other international and aboriginal cultures with similar stories
    • Discussion prompts
    • Graphic organizers for reader response
    Click here to see Teacher's Guide Table of Contents
    The Raven Tales books follow the sequence they are listed in below, but each memorable story can be enjoyed in any order.
     IMAGE  ISBN  TITLE  GRADE  PRICE  QTY 
    Tooltip9781443011815Raven Tales Teaching Guide4-6$26.75STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040105How Raven Stole the Sun4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040174The Sea Wolf4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040129Love and War4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040006Bald Eagle4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040037Child of Tears4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040112Howl at the Moon4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040143Raven and Coyote4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040150Raven Gets Sick4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040075The Flood4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040082The Gathering4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040068Dream, Dream, Dream4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040051Dog Days4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040099Great Bear Rock4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443039994Baby Blues4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040198Starlight, Star Bright4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040181Spiders and Dreams4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040013Bukwas4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040204Work and Play4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040020Change and Butterflies4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040044A Day in the Life4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040167The Return of Kulos4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    Tooltip9781443040136Musicians of the Sun4-6$81.50STDRENTRYA
    515277829880088.000WPRDLSTYNNYYNNNNYYNNYSCHTM & C 2009 SCHOLASTIC Canada Ltd. All rights reserved.Raven Tales (4-6)00000000000899SCH/LIST_ADD_TO_CART.GIF/IMAGES/SCH/CHECKOUT.GIFSCH/LIST_ADD_TO_CART.GIFSCH/CHECKOUT.GIFSCH/CHECKOUT.GIF9781443040136SUN, 22-DEC-2019 02:23:55 GMT010000000101EDUCATION.SCHOLASTIC.CAC0008001330023RAVEN_TALESRAVEN_TALES1<script type='text/javascript' src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/jquery/jquery-1.4.2.min.js'> </script><script type='text/javascript'><!-- function toggle_visibility(id) { var e = document.getElementById(id); if(e.style.display == 'block') e.style.display = 'none'; else e.style.display = 'block'; }//--></script><title>Raven Tales</title><div id='raven_tales_wrapper' style='width: 575px; font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; padding: 10px 0px 0px 10px;'><div style='width: 300px; float: left;'> <img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/raven_tales_images/raven_logo.jpg' alt='Raven Tales Logo'> <p style='font-weight: bold; font-size: 16px; color: #db4264;'> Grades 4&ndash;6 </p></div><div style='float: right; width: 260px; font-family: arial, verdana, helvetica, sans-serif; font-weight: bold; font-size: 16px;'> 22 levelled graphic novels of First Nations stories that are perfect for classrooms and school libraries!</div><br clear='all'><div style='height: 10px;'></div><!--SPACER DIVISION--><p><img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/raven_tales_images/raven.jpg' alt='A Raven Bird'style='float: right;'><span style='font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px;'>A series of highly engaging graphic novels based on the Emmy-nominated TV series Raven Tales, which follows the adventures of the powerful transformer and trickster from Aboriginal folklore&mdash;Raven&mdash;and his cast of friends.</span><br clear='all'><div style='float: right; width: 250px;'> <img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/raven_tales_images/gbr_spread.jpg' alt='Great Bear Rock'></div><p style='margin-bottom: 2px;'><b>Outstanding Features of Raven Tales Stories</b></p><ul style='line-height: 125%; margin-top: 0px;'><li>Built on traditional stories that develop a sense of community, responsibility, respect, and interconnectedness of life<li>High-impact graphic novel visuals, complete with frames, captions, and speech and thought bubbles <li>Each title features an original interpretation of a popular tale from the teachings of the First Nations Peoples<li>Stories include: trickster tales, pourquoi stories, origin stories, as well as traditional tales<li>Humorous stories</ul><br clear='all'><div style=' width: 220px; float: right; padding-left: 10px;'><img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/raven_tales_images/dbouchard.jpg' alt='David Bouchard Series Editor' style=' margin-right: 10px;' align='left'><b>David Bouchard</b><br> Series Editor<p>David Bouchard is considered to be Canada's most respected and published Métis writer. A former teacher and principal, David is an award-winning author, having written over 35 bestselling books. David champions literacy and promotes Aboriginal culture. David Bouchard was named to the Order of Canada in 2009.<p clear='all'><img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/raven_tales_images/dbooth.jpg' alt='David Booth Literacy Consultant' style=' margin-right: 10px; border: 1px solid black;' align='left'><b>David Booth</b><br> Literacy Consultant<p>David Booth is a renowned educator and professor emeritus in the Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Department at OISE/U of T, as well as the Chair of the Literacy Centre at Nipissing University. David is the author of dozens of books for teachers, educators, and parents. David is also a program consultant for Scholastic's <em>Timeline</em> graphic novel series.<p><span id='review_toggle' style='cursor:pointer; font-weight: bold; color: red;'>Click here to read about the <em>Raven Tales</em> reviewers, too!</span></div><div style='width: 250px; float: left;'><div style='float:left;'> <img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/raven_tales_images/raven_pic.jpg' alt='Graphic Novel Format'> <br> <div style='margin-top: 10px; padding: 10px; -moz-border-radius: 1em; -webkit-border-radius: 1em; border-radius: 1em; background-color: #fff2d5; width: 325px; behavior: url(http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/javascripts/PIE.htc);'> <b>About the Raven Tales TV Show</b> <br> Raven Tales is broadcast on Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) and has been reviewed and approved by National Geographic via the All Roads Film Project, the BC Ministry of Education as part of the Aboriginal Enhancement program, and the Smithsonian Institute via the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI). The creators also worked closely with a number of tribal councils including the Coast Salish, Haida, Comanche, Apache, Zuni, Navajo, Kwakwaka’wakw, and Cherokee. </div></div></div><br clear='all'><div style='padding-top: 10px;'><p style='margin-bottom: 2px;'><b>Teacher Guide for the Raven Tales series includes:</b></p><img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/raven_tales_images/rt_tg_cvr.jpg' alt='Raven Tales Teacher's Guide' style='float: right; border: 1px solid black; margin-bottom: 10px;' /><ul style='margin-top: 0px; line-height: 125%;'><li>Support for small group work<li>Support for connecting <b>Raven Tales</b> to First Nations cultures and other international and aboriginal cultures with similar stories<li>Discussion prompts<li>Graphic organizers for reader response</ul><span id='tg_toc_toggle' style='cursor: pointer; color: red; font-weight:bold;'>Click here to see Teacher's Guide Table of Contents</span></div><div id='tg_toc' style='display: none; text-align: center; clear:both;'><img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/raven_tales_images/rt_tg_toc.jpg' style='border: 1px solid black;' /><p><span id='tg_toc_toggle2' style='cursor:pointer; font-weight: bold;'><img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/traits_writing_images/close_x.jpg' style='vertical-align:middle; margin-right: 5px;' />Close</span></p></div><div style='border-radius: 1em; -moz-border-radius: 1em; -webkit-border-radius: 1em; background-color: #e9f1c1; padding: 10px; margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom:10px; clear: both; behavior: url(http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/javascripts/PIE.htc);'>The <b>Raven Tales</b> books follow the sequence they are listed in below, but each memorable story can be enjoyed in any order.</div><!--REVIEWERS POP-UP BOX--><div id='reviewers' style='display: none; width: 565px; padding: 10px; background-color: white; border: 1px solid black; position: absolute; top: 1200px; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; text-align: left; z-index: 1000; box-shadow: 2px 2px 2px #666; -moz-box-shadow: 2px 2px 2px #666; -webkit-box-shadow: 2px 2px 2px #666; behavior: url(http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/javascripts/PIE.htc);'> <b>Lynnita-Jo Guillet</b> is a Resource Teacher and advocate for Aboriginal Education who works at all levels&mdash;classroom, board, university, and ministry&mdash;to teach, develop, and deliver curriculum that presents a culturally responsive and respectful world view of Aboriginal People. Her work on the integration of Aboriginal Authors’ work in environmental education published in Australia, work on the Teacher’s Toolkit–Aboriginal Perspectives as well as on E-Learning Ontario courses, Confederation College courses, and speaking at conferences such as Reading For the Love of It, provide opportunities to promote programs in the area of literacy and Aboriginal initiatives. Lynnita is the founder of Curriculum Connection–Creating a Culture of Culture, which consults with educators and health care organizations to provide training to individuals and organizations. She holds her Masters of Education Degree from Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Lynnita lives in Thunder Bay with her husband and daughter. <p><b>Denise Baxter</b> is an educator with Lakehead Public Schools in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Experience with First Nations education authorities and school boards has allowed her to build a solid foundation based on culturally responsive models of education with a focus on literacy and assessment practices. Through her work, such as writing Aboriginal Presence in Our Schools, Teacher's Toolkit–Aboriginal Perspectives, and Matawa Handbook for New Teachers, instructing AQ courses in Aboriginal Education, and presenting at conferences, Denise offers appropriate culturally-based perspectives to enhance and promote the education of our Aboriginal learners. She has a Masters of Education Degree from the Ontario Institute of Education, University of Toronto. Denise lives in Thunder Bay with her husband and two daughters.<p style='text-align: center;'><span id='review_toggle2' style='cursor:pointer; font-weight: bold;'><img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/traits_writing_images/close_x.jpg' style='vertical-align:middle; margin-right: 5px;' />Close Window</span></p></div><script> $('#tg_toc_toggle').click(function () { $('#tg_toc').toggle('slow'); }); $('#tg_toc_toggle2').click(function () { $('#tg_toc').toggle('fast'); }); $('#review_toggle').click(function () { $('#reviewers').toggle('slow'); }); $('#review_toggle2').click(function () { $('#reviewers').toggle('fast'); }); $('#reviewers').load(function () { $('#reviewers').hide(0, function () { }); });</script></div>
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