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Reading Comprehension: The Adventures of Sajo and Her Beaver People

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In this old-fashioned Canadian classic, you will read about an Ojibwa sister and brother and their adorable pet beavers. Eleven-year old Sajo and fourteen-year-old Shapian are so happy when their father rescues two baby beavers from an otter attack, and brings them back to their village.

They quickly name them Chilawee and Chikanee, and the beavers' cute antics and friendly personalities earn them a sure place in the young people's hearts.

It is a sad day when one of the beavers is traded in exchange for food. Sajo and Shapian will not rest until they have rescued him. They travel by canoe and by train, and face various challenges on their trip to the City. They employ skills they have learned from their Ojibwa elders, and are also helped by a Missionary, American tourists, and an Irish policeman.

This original tale by the renowned British-Canadian conservationist known as ‘Grey Owl’ contains accurate descriptions of wildlife (you're sure to love beavers after reading this!) and of people from that time (early twentieth century). The story is old-fashioned and heartwarming, with thought-provoking themes and a happy ending. 

The book is divided into 23 chapters. Write your own definitions and answer reading comprehension questions after each chapter. Suggested research topics (22 different subjects ranging from how otters and beavers hunt and eat, to how elevators and steamboats work) can be used for further education. For each of these activities, you may go into great detail, or just scratch the surface – the material is adaptable to different students.

Enjoy a trip into the past with a sincere story-teller and lovable characters!

Research topics: Jacques Cartier, Ojibwa tea, beaver dams and lodges, how otters hunt, feeding human food to wildlife, Ojibwa/European trade, what beavers eat in the wild, what instinct is, the Hudson’s Bay Company, birch bark canoes, what ‘portage’ means, forest fires, steamboats, who are the Ojibwa, Native American spiritual beliefs, animals in zoos versus in the wild, travelling by train in Canada (in the past), how elevators work, the importance of saying thank you, what bannock is, autumn around the world, how dangerous wolves really are.

 

 
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This title was added to our catalog on August 11, 2014.