Face to face with an Indian from long ago..."Amanda," Will whispered to his sister, "that boy is just like the picture of an Indian I saw in my social studies book."The two children stared at each other. Suddenly Amanda remembered. "The book said this was how the Totmen Pole Indians looked long ago!"Neither Will nor Amanda spoke, but they both knew what had happened. The bFace to face with an Indian from long ago..."Amanda," Will whispered to his sister, "that boy is just like the picture of an Indian I saw in my social studies book."The two children stared at each other. Suddenly Amanda remembered. "The book said this was how the Totmen Pole Indians looked long ago!"Neither Will nor Amanda spoke, but they both knew what had happened. The black mirror had taken them into the past!...
|Title||:||Magic of the Black Mirror|
|Number of Pages||:||127 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Magic of the Black Mirror Reviews
Cornejo, Pahulina January 5,2012 7B Literature The Magic of the Black MirrorBy: Ruth Chew Have you ever wanted to read a book about adventure and mystery? Have you ever wanted to have adventure? Sometimes when I see something it reminds me of the past. When i started to reading this book i couldn't stop reading. Every single sentence was interesting.The author of this book is Ruth Chew I don't really know much about Ruth Chew all I know is that most of her books are adventure. This book is fiction and if I would describe it I would describe it as make believe, interesting, and mysterious. My opinion about this hook is that describes many scenes.It all started at a park they were at the park. That morning was so hot. So, they went inside a building and under a totem pole there was a black mirror. The black mirror took them to the past. So they were going to journeys, adventure, and mysterious. So one day they went they saw the totem pole and the black mirror was there. I recommend everyone to read this book to read what happens at the end.
Here's another Ruth Chew book where kids (with no parental supervision) in a museum (the Brooklyn Museum) are magically (and for no reason that is ever explained) transported to another time and culture. Of course, they meet friendly people with whom they can easily communicate.The people who house and feed them and are kind to them have slaves. At least this time the kids express (at least mild) displeasure about slavery to each other, even if they don't question or speak out against it to their hosts.The kids are also kidnapped by rivals from another village and that part is exciting.Of course, all ends well and the white kids find themselves back at home, only moments after they left, although they have been in the alternate universe for days.I wonder if Ruth Chew wanted to write a story that did not involve magic but was told or felt no one would read her books if they were entirely mundane.
Pretty good so far. My social security number is 111-11-1111.