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Call it courage

Relates how Mafatu, a young Polynesian boy whose name means Stout Heart, overcomes his terrible fear of the sea, which killed his mother when he was a baby, and proves his courage to himself and his people.

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  • "Relates how Mafatu, a young Polynesian boy whose name means Stout Heart, overcomes his terrible fear of the sea, which killed his mother when he was a baby, and proves his courage to himself and his people."
  • "Relates how Mafatu, a young Polynesian boy whose name means Stout Heart, overcomes his terrible fear of the sea, which killed his mother when he was a baby, and proves his courage to himself and his people."@en
  • "Presents a large-print edition of the story in which Mafatu, a young Polynesian boy whose name means Stout Heart, overcomes his terrible fear of the sea and proves his courage to himself and his people."@en
  • "Shipwrecked, a boy struggles to survive on an island used for human sacrifice by bloodthirsty cannibals. Can he escape ... before it's too late?"@en
  • "Ever since his mother was killed in a hurricane, Mafatu, the son of the Great Chief of the people of Hikueru, an island in the southern Pacific ocean, has feared that Moana, the Sea God, would kill him, too. Tired of being called a coward and saddened by the shame he has brought his father, 12-year-old Mafatu decides to face and conquer Moana on his own. Phillips gives this Newbery Medal classic adventure tale an outstanding performance. He so effectively develops the character of the boy that listeners feel Mafatu's terror and fierce determination to overcome his fear as he faces a monstrous storm, survives on an island, kills a shark and escapes from "eaters of men." Sound effects enhance the narration. The soft, rhythmic beating of the man-eaters' drums heightens the terror of their pursuit. A classic example of the power of audio to enhance a beautifully told story. C.R.A. Winner of AUDIOFILE's Earphones Award."@en
  • "Ever since his mother was killed in a hurricane, Mafatu, the son of the Great Chief of the people of Hikueru, an island in the southern Pacific ocean, has feared that Moana, the Sea God, would kill him, too. Tired of being called a coward and saddened by the shame he has brought his father, 12-year-old Mafatu decides to face and conquer Moana on his own. Phillips gives this Newbery Medal classic adventure tale an outstanding performance. He so effectively develops the character of the boy that listeners feel Mafatu's terror and fierce determination to overcome his fear as he faces a monstrous storm, survives on an island, kills a shark and escapes from "eaters of men." Sound effects enhance the narration. The soft, rhythmic beating of the man-eaters' drums heightens the terror of their pursuit. A classic example of the power of audio to enhance a beautifully told story. C.R.A. Winner of AUDIOFILE's Earphones Award."
  • "Maftu was afraid of the sea. It had taken his mother when he was a baby, and it seemed to him that the sea gods sought vengeance at having been cheated of Mafatu. So, though he was the son of the Great Chief of Hikueru, a race of Polynesians who worshipped courage, and he was named Stout Heart, he feared and avoided tha sea, till everyone branded him a coward. When he could no longer bear their taunts and jibes, he determined to conquer that fear or be conquered-- so he went off in his canoe, alone except for his little dog and pet albatross. A storm gave him his first challenge. Then days on a desert island found him resourceful beyond his own expectation. This is the story of how his courage grew and how he finally returned home. This is a legend. It happened many years ago, but even today the people of Hikueru sing this story and tell it over their evening fires."@en
  • "The story of a youth who overcomes his fear of the sea andproves his courage to himself and his tribe."
  • "A young boy named Mafatu whose name means Stout Heart, is called a coward by his people because of his fear of the sea that killed his mother when he was a baby. So at ten years of age he can no longer bear the taunts and in his canoe paddles out to sea to face his fear."
  • "Relates how Mafatu, a young Polynesian boy whose name means Stout Heart, overcomes his terrible fear of the sea and proves his courage to himself and his people."
  • "Relates how Mafatu, a young Polynesian boy whose name means Stout Heart, overcomes his terrible fear of the sea and proves his courage to himself and his people."@en
  • "A Polynesian legend of Mafatu, who conquers his fear of the sea. Grades 5-8."@en
  • "Although his father is the chief of a tribe of seafaring people who worship courage, people call Mafatu a coward. He fears the sea because it killed his mother when he was a baby. One day, 10-year old Mafatu paddles out to sea alone in his canoe to conquer his fear."
  • "Based on a Polynesian legend, this is the story of a youth who overcomes his fear of the sea and proves his courage to himself and his tribe."
  • "Based on a Polynesian legend, this is the story of a youth who overcomes his fear of the sea and proves his courage to himself and his tribe."@en
  • "Suggests activities to be used in the classroom to accompany the reading of Call it courage by Armstrong Sperry."

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  • "Large type books"
  • "Folklore"
  • "Folklore"@en
  • "Newbery Medal"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Tales"
  • "Sea stories"@en
  • "Braille books"@en
  • "Juvenile works"@en
  • "Juvenile works"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"

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  • "Call it courage"
  • "Call it courage"@en
  • "Just for boys presents Call it courage"@en
  • "Call it courage : Ill. by the author"
  • "Call it courage : Armstrong Sperry"@en
  • "Call it courage : Newbery winner"
  • "Call it courage.[Newbery Medal-1941]"
  • "Call It Courage; Illus. by the Author"@en
  • "Call it courage [text (large print)]"@en
  • "Call It Courage"
  • "Call It Courage"@en
  • "Call if courage : Armstrong Sperry"

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