Published May 18, 1999
by Hyperion .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
This is a really sweet book. All three of my kids enjoyed the book. My 12 year old son was moved to the point of making an eye cover that the story depicted for the boy Sees Behind Trees, and my 11 year old daughter loved the book so much that she chose to do a book report on by: 6. This is a really sweet book. All three of my kids enjoyed the book. My 12 year old son was moved to the point of making an eye cover that the story depicted for the boy Sees Behind Trees, and my 11 year old daughter loved the book so much that she chose to do a book report on it/5. After Gray Fire had explained that he wanted Sees Behind Trees to help him find the Land of Water. While finding the Land of Water the two encounter a family of three consisting a mom, a dad, and a child. As soon as the two reached the Land of Water Sees Behind Trees . LibraryThing Review User Review - wichitafriendsschool - LibraryThing. In turns lyrical, wise, and funny, this compelling novel, set in sixteenth-century America, tells the story of how one Native American boy learns to turn handicap into an advantage as he crossed the often blurred boundaries between being a child and becoming a man/5(8).
Find books like Sees Behind Trees from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked Sees Behind Trees also liked: The Cay (The C. The Characters: Sees Behind Trees/Walnut: Walnut was a very shy, quiet, and different child. He grew being near sighted and could not be able to participate in some of the activities and celebrations other boys would have. His mother really believed that he was capable of doing great things and tried to make Walnut more confident and happy. The rising action occurs when Gray Fire asks Sees Behind Trees to take him the to Land of Water. On the way, the meet the strangers. The climax occurs when they find the Land of Water and Sees Behind Trees leaves Gray Fire behind. Later, Sees Behind Trees makes his . Sees Behind Trees by Michael Dorris - Duration: cate levinson 6, views. Audio book Audiobooks Recommended for you. The Bean Trees - chapter 3 - Duration.
Sees Behind Trees is an beautifully written coming-of-age tale that meets the needs of readers in several ways. The tale is told in the first person with a skill that strongly connects the reader with the tale, and will allow young readers to place themselves inside the story.5/5(5). “Sees Behind Trees” Page 3 LA.E Similarities and Differences pgs. 5. Which words BEST describe the reaction of Walnut’s parents when they realize he can “see behind trees”? A. surprised but proud * B. disappointed but patient (incorrect contrast) C. unhappy but determined (incorrect contrast) D. concerned but supportive. Sees Behind Trees by Michael Dorris; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Fiction, Indians of North America, Blind, Juvenile fiction, People with disabilities. Research indicates that a student's ability to comprehend what they read is one of the most critical pieces to success in school. This product is a ready-to-go packet of comprehension questions for the book Sees Behind Trees. The packet requires students to answer questions about the book - chapter.