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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
It is enchanting and beautiful to learn about other cultures, languages, and what makes them unique. Your child will discover and become knowledgeable about the Passamaquoddy Indians who were one of the first Native American tribes that lived along the Maine coast and interacted with Europeans. In Passamaquoddy Legends Puzzle Book Vol 1: Crosswords, Cryptograms, Fill-in-the-blanks, Mazes, Sudoku, Word Searches, and more by Michael Cook, there are so many wonders to explore and experience while working through the book. Join me as we travel through the maze with Mooin the Bear, play tic-tac-toe with Kwah-Beet the Beaver and a few of your friends, or challenge your mind by solving some of the puzzles, word search, or a few of the cryptograms. This book features so many activities that are associated with words unique to the Passamaquoddy culture.
As I navigated through Passamaquoddy Legends Puzzle Book Vol 1 by Michael Cook, I was excited not only to test my intellectual skills and abilities but to learn about this awesome culture. I've known about other tribes from the Cherokee and Seminole to the Choctaw but the Passamaquoddy were a tribe that I was not familiar with until now. This book prompted me to learn more about the tribe. Their language of origin is Algonquin in which they speak Passamaquoddy-Maliseet. Over a period of time, they began to reduce in size almost to the point of extinction but now they're growing and are working toward improving their lives and culture. I'm happy that Michael decided to write this book and introduce the world to the Passamaquoddy people. Highly recommended.