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Man with a kind and honest heart could see him and be his brideThough her sisters ridicule her Sootface sets off to try her luck never looking back Her courage and good nature bring her the husband she has longed for Not bad but it s basically just the same exact Native American Cinderella folktale as in Rafe Martin s The Rough Face Girl with practically no changes at all However I d say Martin s retelling is much better both because of the author s style benefitting the storytelling adding some touches that make it better and because the artwork is much gorgeous than in this one wheree it s rather dull

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Sootface

Once an Ojibwa man whose wife had died raised three daughters alone The two older girls were lazy and bad tempered and made their youngest sister do all the work When the flames from the cooking fire singed her hair Sootface An Ojibwa Cinderella Story is a brilliant Native American version of Cinderella retold by Robert D San Souci along with beautiful illustrations by Daniel San Souci In this version a young girl named Sootface is mistreated by her two older sisters but when a mighty warrior wanted to marry a woman who can see him when he is invisible Sootface realizes that true beauty lies within Sootface An Ojibwa Cinderella Story is a beautiful retelling of one of the most beloved fairy tales ever created and will be an instant treat for childrenRobert D San Souci has done a terrific job at retelling this old Native American tale as he makes the story both dramatic and tender at the same time The audience can easily feel sympathy for Sootface as she has to endure hardship from her sisters and the village because of her appearance however Sootface teaches children about the importance of having a kind heart as Sootface tries to overcome the cruelness of her sisters to have her dreams come true Daniel San Souci s illustrations are just simply beautiful and amazing as it truly captures the true spirit of the Native American culture as the characters wear colorful skin robes to define their personalities The image that stood out the most was the image of Sootface herself as she definitely does look dirty since her hair is frizzy and her clothes are worn and torn since she has to do all the work at her home However Sootface still have an extremely beautiful face which strongly proves the book s point in how true beauty lies withinParents should know that Sootface s sisters are cruel towards her to the point where they smear ashes on Sootface s face without a second thought Parents should tell their children who have brothers and sisters that it is not right to mistreat your sibling and that you should always treat your siblings with respect Sootface An Ojibwa Cinderella Story is a beautiful retelling of Cinderella that many children who are interested in Native American folktales will enjoy for many years I would recommend this book to children ages five and up since there are some terms in this book that younger children would have problems withReview is also on Rabbit Ears Book Blog

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Or burned her skin they laughed and called her SootfaceWhile she worked Sootface dreamed that one day she would find a husband Then a mighty warrior with the power to make himself invisible decides to marry Only a wo Sootface An Ojibwa Cinderella Story retold by Robert D San Souci is a picture book intended for readers in preschool through grade three I gave it five stars In this story Sootface is made to do the chores and all of the work of her two older sisters Sootface however is rewarded for her kind heart with the love of a powerful and mighty warrior who is invisible until his true love sees him Sootface wins his love after many have tried lied and failed because only she can pass his marriage test to truly see the warrior and tell what his magic bow is made of The illustrations in this text are colorful and full of natural elements They represent and give brilliant color to many Native American objects and ideas the rainbow canoes moccasins birch trees and traditional headdresses and clothing This text teaches readers of all ages that love may try to come in many dishonest ways but only true love comes honestly and can see and do things that others cannot The beautiful integration of text and illustration gives this book a glimpse into the Native American traditions culture and way of life


10 thoughts on “Sootface

  1. says:

    “Sootface An Ojibwa Cinderella Story” is a brilliant Native American version of “Cinderella” retold by R

  2. says:

    SynopsisSootface is the third daughter of an Ojibwa widower Her two older sisters treat Sootface very badly forcing her to cook clean and do all of their chores while they take credit One day the sister of the Invisible warrior told the villagers that her brother was ready to take a wife but would only marry the first girl who could tell her what his bow and bowstring was made of Slowly each of the village gir

  3. says:

    The youngest of the three daughters of a widowed hunter Sootface was made to do all of the hard work by her elder sisters and ridiculed for the dirty appearance that resulted from her constant attendance to the fire Despite this mistreatment and her poor appearance she never gave up on her dream of finding a husband When the mysterious invisible hunter who lived across the stream from her village announced that he would marry any

  4. says:

    Sootface An Ojibwa Cinderella Story retold by Robert D San Souci is a picture book intended for readers in preschool through grade three I gave it five stars In this story Sootface is made to do the chores and all of the work of her two older sisters Sootface however is rewarded for her kind heart with the love of a powerful and mighty warrior who is invisible until his true love sees him Sootface wins his l

  5. says:

    My favorite part of this book is that Sootface doesn't reuire magic to pull herself together to find a man Instead it is her own ingenuity and pure heart that help her attain him This distinction is something I would focus upon with students I would then introduce symbolism throughout the book For example the mighty warrior's bow of rainbow a

  6. says:

    Retelling of a fairy tale not very like Cinderella there being a lot of tales where the heroine is treated badly by her f

  7. says:

    This book is an Ojibwa Cinderella story It tells the story of a man whose wife has died and he raised three daughters alone The two older girls are lazy and bad tempered and make their youngest sister do all the work When the flames from the cooking fire singe her hair or burn her skin they laugh and call her Sootface Sootface dreams of the day she will marry and be able to leave her life behind Eventually a mighty warrior with the power t

  8. says:

    Sootface is a Native American version of Cinderella It is about a young girl named Sootface who is treated terribly by her two older sisters But a hunter who no one has ever seen tells his sister to go to the town and tell the people

  9. says:

    Not bad but it's basically just the same exact Native American Cinderella folktale as in Rafe Martin's The Rough Face Girl with practically no changes at all However I'd say Martin's retelling is much better both because of the author's style b

  10. says:

    A beautiful 'Cinderella' rendition that is told as an Ojibwa tale with matching colorful pictures For those who haven't explored the world of Cinderella the story can be refreshing as it is simple and different But for those who like the similarities this one will be found lacking in the famous story elements I can't wai