✓ Soft Rain: A Story of the Cherokee Trail of Tears À Download by ✓ Cornelia Cornelissen

✓ Soft Rain: A Story of the Cherokee Trail of Tears À Download by ✓ Cornelia Cornelissen Main Characters Soft Rain and her MotherSetting farmland in North CarolinaPOV 1st Soft RainSummary In this book, a nine year old Cherokee Indian girl learns that there will be no school for Cherokke children in her north Carolina community Tribal members have signed a treaty with the white men that includes the tribes movement into new lands in the West Soft Rain had high hopes that her family would not have to move because they had just planted corn for the next harvest Unfortunately, soldiers arrive and take her and her mother away, leaving the rest of the family behind only to walk the trail of tears On their journey, Soft Rain and her mother traveled across rivers, valleys, and mountains They remai This story felt really real, if simplified for a younger audience.
It All Begins When Soft Rain S Teacher Reads A Letter Stating That As Of May All Cherokee People Are To Leave Their Land And Move To What Many Cherokees Called The Land Of Darknesse West Soft Rain Is Confident That Her Family Will Not Have To Move, Because They Have Just Planted Corn For The Next Harvest But Soon Thereafter, Soldiers Arrive To Take Nine Year Old, Soft Rain, And Her Mother To Walk The Trail Of Tears, Leaving The Rest Of Her Family Behind Because Soft Rain Knows Some Of The White Man S Language, She Soon Learns That They Must Travel Across Rivers, Valleys, And Mountains On The Journey, She Is Forced To Eat The White Man S Food And Sees Many Of Her People Die Her Courage And Hope Are Restored When She Is Reunited With Her Father, A Leader On The Trail, Chosen To Bring Her People Safely To Their New Land Praise For Soft RainAn Eye Opening Introduction To This Painful Period Of American History Publisher S Weekly The Characters Themselves Transform A Sorrowful Story Of Adversity Into A Tale Of Human Resilience Kirkus Reviews This Gentle Child S Eye View Will Move Readers Enormously Jane Yolen Based on the history of the Cherokee Nation, this is the story of Soft Rain and her family as they are forced to leave their home and walk to their new home The walk begins in western North Carolina and ends in Oklahoma through the brutal winter of 1838 I liked reading this historical fiction novel and imagining how hard it must of been for those who were forced to leave their homes.
I liked this book but it was sad Soft rain had to leave her father and Grandma behind.
I would recommend this book because it tells you how the Cherokee used to live and fell.
I would read this book i f i was you this is a great book but don t get sad.
This book tells you a lot about the Cherokee.
This was a very good book and all of my students really enjoyed it even the ones who don t like reading I wish that she had written books because they were definitely primed for a sequel.
Good little book Wish my son had enjoyed it as much as I did.
Soft Rain, a story of the Cherokee Trail of Tears by Cornelissen Cornelia Tragic story of the life of a young child as she and her mother are taken from the tribe and are told to move with others.
They do not take her blind grandmother.
Loved hearing how they are reunited and that the white children helped clothe and feed them along the trail to their new home.
Resourced are noted at the end.
I received this book from National Library Service for my BARD Braille Audio Reading Device.



Let me just say I m happy I live in the 21st century I wouldn t like to be Cherokee, because of the sad and long trail of tears, or American because I would feel awful doing such a bad thing to Indianswell, I wouldn t have left England in the first place LOL It was very sad and very happy in the end It also shows how the Cherokee felt when they where on the Trail of Tears.

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