How the Stars Fell into the Sky



How the Stars Fell into the Sky This retelling of a Navajo folktale explains how First Woman tried to write the laws of the land using stars in the sky, only to be thwarted by the trickster Coyote. Best Download [ How the Stars Fell into the Sky ] by [ Jerrie Oughton ] – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • How the Stars Fell into the Sky
  • Jerrie Oughton
  • English
  • 22 December 2018
  • 0395779383

11 thoughts on “How the Stars Fell into the Sky

  1. Patricia McLaughlin says:

    Natural Law Coyote prevails over human jurisprudence First Man First Woman in this retelling of the Milky Way creation story in Navajo mythology The earthly path is the labyrinth of heaven, each footprint a ...

  2. Andrea says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is a retelling of a Navajo legend told by the medicine man Hosteen Klah at the turn of the 20th century I could tell by looking at the cover that I wasn t crazy about the illustrations First Woman told First Man that people needed to know the laws and they had to write them for everyone to see That was interesting.He told her to write them in the sand but she said the wind would blow them away He then told her to write them in the water but she said they would disappear He saw the This is a retelling of a Navajo legend told by the medicine man Hosteen Klah at the turn of the 20th century I could tell by looking at the cover that I wasn t crazy about the illustrations First Woman told First Man that people needed to know the laws and they had to write them for everyone to see That was interesting.He told her to write them in the sand but she said the wind would blow them away He then told her to write them in the water but she said they would disappear He saw the stars and told her to use her jewels and write them in the sky She put the stars in the sky in certain patterns everyone could read.Coyote watched her and asked to help, but there were so manystars left that he complained at it was...

  3. Kris says:

    A retelling of a Navajo legend, the First Woman wants to write the rules of the world in the stars It is painstakingly detailed work, and Coyote, who is helping her, gets frustrated and just throws all the stars into the sky randomly to just be done already This cannot be fixed Th...

  4. Krista says:

    I liked this book but it s really short I thought as a retold Native American legend it would be longer However, I m still glad I purchased it because of the illustrations Also because being Inuit myse...

  5. Nicole Baldwin says:

    To begin with, I would like to discuss my opinions on the ending The ending of this book shocked me, I had to double check to see if there was nopages I think this shocked me because it was an unusual ending and really left me wondering On the other hand, it made me frustrated noinformation was given about why the wolf did what he did I can see how the author wanted the lesson to be be careful who you trust but, what was his intent I feel that the author could have made the To begin with, I would like to discuss my opinions on the ending The ending of this book shocked me, I had to double check to see if there was nopages I think this shocked me because it was an unusual ending and really left me wondering On the other hand, it made me frustrated noinformation was given about why the wolf did what he did I can see how the author wanted the lesson to be be careful who you trust but, what was his intent I feel that the author could have made the ending withinformation or gaveinformation of the relationship of the wolf and the girl Possibly the coyote did not want laws but, w...

  6. Samantha says:

    Jerrie Oughton s picture book How the Stars Fell into the Sky retells the traditional Navajo legend which explains why the stars and life are disorganized and chaotic First Woman wants to write the laws for people to follow in a way all can see First Man suggests she write them with her jewels in the night sky Coyote, a traditional Native American trickster character, offers to help Coyote becomes bored with the project and gathers the remaining jewels and flings them into the sky, clouding Jerrie Oughton s picture book How the Stars Fell into the Sky retells the traditional Navajo legend which explains why the stars and life are disorganized and chaotic First Woman wants to write the laws for people to follow in a way all can see First Man suggests she write them with her jewels in the night sky Coyote, a traditional Native American trickster character, offers to help Coyote b...

  7. Jennifer says:

    This Navajo legend captivated me with its simplicity It is well illustrated simply worded, but in the pattern of typical Native American folklore, has deeply rooted implications This beautiful explanation of worldly confusion, prompted me to reflect on my own philosophical ideas wish for...

  8. Amanda Hively says:

    This is a cute book for a story about how the stars fell in the sky the way they did It also shows multicultural aspects since it is based on a Navajo legend This would be a good book for students learning about different cultures and their st...

  9. Grace says:

    everyone is confused because bullshit mother fucker coyote threw all the stars way to go COYOTE ugh

  10. Marisa Taddei says:

    Book Title How the Stars Fell into the Sky A Navajo LegendAuthor Jerrie OughtonIllustrator Jerrie OughtonGenre LegendTheme s Navajo Legend, CreationOpening line sentence When the pulse of the first day carried it to the rim of night, First Woman said to First Man, The people need to know the laws To help them, we must write the laws for all to see Brief Book Summary This legend tells the story of how the stars fell into the sky The First Woman planned to carefully arrange them, in Book Title How the Stars Fell into the Sky A Navajo LegendAuthor Jerrie OughtonIllustrator Jerrie OughtonGenre LegendTheme s Navajo Legend, CreationOpening line sentence When the pulse of the first day carried it to the rim of night, First Woman said to First Man, The people need to know the laws To help them, we must write the laws for all to see Brief Book Summary This legend tells the story of how the stars fell into the sky The First Woman planned to carefully arrange them, in an effort to share the laws of man in a clear understandable way that all would be able to read A coyote began to help her, but grew impatient and threw all the stars haphazardly into the sky This is the reason for the confusion found in all humans Professional Recommendations 1Name of Reviewer Horn Book GuideName of Source Horn Book GuideLink to Source 2 K 3 series In the smoo...

  11. Nick Somsavanh says:

    FOLKTALE How the Stars Fell into the Sky A Navajo Legend 1992 , written by Jerrie Oughton and illustrated by Lisa Desimini, is a picture book that is a retelling of a Navajo folktale about the origin story of the stars in the night sky On the First Night on Earth, the First Woman tells the First Man that the people need to learn the rules of the world and as such, she decides it best to write the laws with stars placed in specific order in the night sky While working on her task, a Coyote FOLKTALE How the Stars Fell into the Sky A Navajo Legend 1992 , written by Jerrie Oughton and illustrated by Lisa Desimini, is a picture book that is a retelling of a Navajo folktale about the origin story of the stars in the night sky On the First Night on Earth, the First Woman tells the First Man that the people need to learn the rules of the world and as such, she decides it best to write the laws with stars placed in specific order in the night sky While working on her task, a Coyote arrives and offers his services in helping her put the stars in to the sky After some work, Coyote realizes the massive task at hand and...

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