Storm Boy by Owen Paul Lewis

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An American Indian prince is flung from his canoe during a storm. Washed ashore in the mysterious world of the Killer Whale people, the boy finds himself in an unfamiliar village, being welcomed by a strange and giant tribe. • 50,000 copies in print!• American Book Award Winner• A PBS "Storytime" Selection• Best Children's Book of the Pacific Northwest• Washington State Governer's Award Winner

About Owen Paul Lewis

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PAUL OWEN LEWIS lives near Seattle, Washington, and is the author/illustrator of eight books. When not stargazing, he is visiting schools and conferences across North America.
Published April 1, 1995 by Beyond Words Pub Co. 1 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Also, despite a few clues (fish swimming in what appears to be the sky, killer whales displayed like trophies in one of the strangers' houses) the story's key element may perplex younger readers--these ``finely dressed people'' are in fact whales in human form.

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Lewis draws on folkloric and artistic traditions of the Pacific Northwest in this tale about a boy who lands in a coastal village after a violent storm throws him from his boat.

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