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New York is English, Chattanooga is Creek ❰Download❯ ➾ New York is English, Chattanooga is Creek Author Chris Raschka – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Suppose you are a CITY Yes, you, looking at this bookWho named you SANTA FE, or PORTLAND, or TOMBSTONE, or whatever your name is This book invites you to a big party with lots and lots of relatives, n Suppose you are a CITY Yes, you, looking is English, Epub µ at this bookWho named you New York eBook ☆ SANTA FE, or PORTLAND, or TOMBSTONE, or whatever your name is This book invites York is English, PDF Ç you to a big party with lots and lots of relatives, near and far, from all over tha nationThese relatives will be glad to meet YOU.


10 thoughts on “New York is English, Chattanooga is Creek

  1. Naomi Ruth Naomi Ruth says:

    This was so much fun I loved learningabout the names of cities and I liked the quirkiness of the illustrations.


  2. Barbara Barbara says:

    I liked the idea for this picture book better than its execution The plot centers around snooty New York s decision to have a party and invite several other cities with unique names There s a guest list at the front of the book with the names of the cities and their origin, making it easy for young readers to see that even this nation s place names have cultural significance and reveal just how diverse our origin was as well as how diverse we continue to be The text seems a bit halting and aw I liked the idea for this picture book better than its execution The plot centers around snooty New York s decision to have a party and invite several other cities with unique names There s a guest list at the front of the book with the names of the cities and their origin, making it easy for young readers to see that even this nation s place names have cultural significance and reveal just how diverse our origin was as well as how diverse we continue to be The text seems a bit halting and awkward at part, but this book could still be useful in a social studies class Even the ink and watercolor illustrations show the differences in places and their human counterparts such as New York, Minneapolis, and Chattanooga Young readers will enjoy the origin of some of the names too Who knew that Chicago is Algonquian for stinking onions Or that Portland, Oregon, was named for its predecessor in Maine


  3. Chris Evans Chris Evans says:

    New York is English, Chattanooga is Creek is an older elementary middle school aged book by author Chris Raschka This book has not won any awards but another book by this author has won the Caldecott medal The story line of the book is that Ney York is having a party and inviting other cities and states While it goes through the introductions, it tells where all the names are from I enjoyed reading the book and learning the history of where we came up with names for the different parts of o New York is English, Chattanooga is Creek is an older elementary middle school aged book by author Chris Raschka This book has not won any awards but another book by this author has won the Caldecott medal The story line of the book is that Ney York is having a party and inviting other cities and states While it goes through the introductions, it tells where all the names are from I enjoyed reading the book and learning the history of where we came up with names for the different parts of our country The book would make a great addition to an American history lesson for any grade I am coming up with ideas as I type The author made a great start of showing the diversity of our country but could have taken it so much further I will have to read other books by the author to see if this was just a fluke or if their other books try to reach a higher meaning I would certainly use this book in my classroom


  4. Samantha Samantha says:

    This book takes the inspirations behind a handful of big city s names and invites all of the imagined personalities to a party.The book begins with a list of characters cities and states the naming culture and the meaning of the name translated to English I found this to be the most interesting part of the book and the story weaving all of their personalities together to be eh and a little repetitive.Ink and watercolor illustrations are beautiful and really take into account the naming cultur This book takes the inspirations behind a handful of big city s names and invites all of the imagined personalities to a party.The book begins with a list of characters cities and states the naming culture and the meaning of the name translated to English I found this to be the most interesting part of the book and the story weaving all of their personalities together to be eh and a little repetitive.Ink and watercolor illustrations are beautiful and really take into account the naming cultures I think this idea works better as an art installation and less as a book as the portraits of the characters aka cities were fabulous and the information about the names was interesting while the story was the weakest link PreK 2


  5. Julianne Julianne says:

    At first I thought this was a book of one idea the rather kitschy personification of cities into individuals evocative of the city s original namers Hence, New York becomes an English duke and Minneapolis becomes a Sioux maiden Clever, yes But I was unconvinced this was really that great a book.However, all that changed when New York, who is English, decided to throw a party for all his friends


  6. Paul Hankins Paul Hankins says:

    I love Raschka s style I have a bin of his work in the room that I find myself going back to often Like others, I like the idea here and there is lot of consider by way of how text and image are working together, but something is lost in the party line of the book But, as an introduction to communities and how they got their names.very nice book I found my copy today at the Friends of the Library Sale for a quarter and I am so happy to add this to our Raschka collection.


  7. Fisal Ansari Fisal Ansari says:

    Age Grades 6 YAGenre Informational Geographical Diversity Native Indians, the Americas.Illustrations drawings of states and different places in North America Personal response Nice lesson on how diverse America really is and what the names of states really mean Curricular or programming connections Geography display of names and their meanings in a library setting.


  8. Joanna Marple Joanna Marple says:

    I loved the concept the personification of many American cities with an explanation of their names linguistic origins, but I felt the text sadly lacked in fluidity It isn t an easy read aloud, thought New York throwing a party for the other cities is humorous This could still be a useful classroom text, though, for studying personification and the multicultural origins of the USA.


  9. Autumn Autumn says:

    This could beeducational if it wasn t so forgettable I feel there was a missed opportunity here If the story itself was better laid out or especially if there was RHYMING, this could have been such a great book The text reads stilted and there is an occasional rhyme which really throws you off because then you think it all should rhyme


  10. Jo Oehrlein Jo Oehrlein says:

    Perfect for intro American History or Vocabulary Etymology It shows the history behind many city names in the US.New York is hosting a party and inviting many other cities from across the US We get the backgrounds on all the guests.


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