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The Rough-Face Girl

Average rating
4.1 out of 5
Based on 540 Ratings and 150 Reviews

Book Description
In an Algonquin village by the shores of Lake Ontario, many young women have tried to win the affections of the powerful Invisible Being who lives with his sister in a great wigwam near the forest. Then came the Rough-Face girl, scarred from working by the fire. Can she succeed where her beautiful, cruel sisters have failed? ?A strong, distinctive tale with art to match.? ?Kirkus Reviews, pointer... More
Book Information
PublisherPuffin Books
BindingPaperback (15 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages32
ISBN-100698116267
ISBN-13978-0698116269
Publication Date04/13/1998
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About Rafe Martin (Author) : Rafe Martin is a published author, editor, and an illustrator of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Rafe Martin include The Rough-Face Girl, Foolish Rabbits Big M... more
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3/10/2008 Diana Kauers said: Another version of cinderella from the Native American Algonquin folklore. My students love the different types of Cinderella stories especially those from the Native Americans.
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