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Geronimo's Ponies Summary Harold Burton Meyers. Geronimo's Ponies is a rite-of-passage tale about a boy's learning to take the initiative to deal with some of life's more unpleasant problems. Everything you need to understand or teach Geronimo's Ponies by Harold Burton Meyers. Download the Study Guide. Davey lives with his father on a Navajo reservation in New Mexico; his father represents the .
Geronimo is a US Army airborne exclamation occasionally used by jumping skydivers or, more generally, anyone about to jump from a great height, or as a general exclamation of exhilaration. The cry originated in the United States. At least two different explanations place the origins of the exclamation in Fort Benning, Georgia, where some of the first of the US Army's parachute jumps occurred in the 1940s.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780933031180. Release Date:October 1995.
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Harold Burton Meyers. Is it well handled by Meyers? Is it appropriate for a book that young adults read?
Harold Burton Meyers. Download Geronimo's Ponies Study Guide. Get help with any book. Download PDF. Topics for Discussion. 3. Prostitution is touched on in Geronimo's Ponies, although in a mostly circumspect way. Is it well handled by Meyers? Is it appropriate for a book that young adults read? 4. Just because a book has a young adult protagonist does not mean it is meant for young adults. Geronimo's Ponies has adult themes in it. Do these make it inappropriate for young adults? Should young adults be prevented from reading this book?
Source for information on Meyers, Harold Burton 1924–: Contemporary Authors dictionary. National Novella Award, Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa and Council Oak Books, for Geronimo's Ponies; Best Book 2007, New Mexico Book Awards, for The Death at Awahi.
Source for information on Meyers, Harold Burton 1924–: Contemporary Authors dictionary. Geronimo's Ponies, Council Oak Books (Tulsa, OK), 1989. Reservations, University Press of Colorado (Niwot, CO), 1999. The Death at Awahi, Texas Tech University Press (Lubbock, TX), 2007.
Geronimo (: Goyaałé Athabaskan pronunciation: "the one who yawns," June 1829 – February 17, 1909) was a prominent leader and medicine man from the Bedonkohe band of the Apache tribe. From 1850 to 1886, Geronimo joined with members of three other Chiricahua Apache bands - the Tchihende, the Tsokanende and the Nednhi - to carry out numerous raids, as well as fight against Mexican and .
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