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Raven Goes Berrypicking [Paperback]

Anne Cameron , Gaye Hammond
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Jan. 1 1991
Raven is clever and tricky - and greedy. In this story, she persuades her friends Gull, Cormorant, and Puffin to pick berries with her, and tricks them into doing more than their share of work, for less than their share of food. In the end, her friends find a clever way to teach Raven an important lesson.

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Anne Cameron was born in Nanaimo, BC. She began writing at an early age, starting with theatre scripts and screenplays. In 1979, her film Dreamspeaker, directed by Claude Jutra, won seven Canadian Film Awards, including best script. After being published as a novel, Dreamspeaker went on to win the Gibson Award for Literature. She has published more than 30 books, including the underground classic Daughters of Copper Woman, its sequel, Dzelarhons, novels, stories, poems and legends - for adults and children. Her most recent novels are Family Resemblances, Hardscratch Row, and a new, revised edition of Daughters of Copper Woman. She lives in Tahsis, BC

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5.0 out of 5 stars Charming & humorous July 23 2013
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This is a child's cautionary tale for all ages. Raven's selfishness and shameless manipulation of his friends is on such a scale that they finally rebel....also in a humorous way. The social lesson is clear
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4.0 out of 5 stars A classic for children - Raven the Trickster May 7 2000
It is my view that folktales - tales of such quality that people kept the story alive for centuries - are excellent literature for people of any age. Anne Cameron aims her retellings of Northwest Native tales at a young audience but all of us can enjoy all of them.
This particular tale is a delightful tale of Raven the trickster avoiding work ... and learning a lesson (as much as a trickster ever learns a lesson).
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4.0 out of 5 stars A classic for children - Raven the Trickster May 7 2000
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It is my view that folktales - tales of such quality that people kept the story alive for centuries - are excellent literature for people of any age. Anne Cameron aims her retellings of Northwest Native tales at a young audience but all of us can enjoy all of them.
This particular tale is a delightful tale of Raven the trickster avoiding work ... and learning a lesson (as much as a trickster ever learns a lesson).
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