Omri closes and locks the cupboard and decides to keep it a secret. The next day, the living toy eventually reveals himself as an English-speaking, 18th-century Iroquois (specifically Onondaga) man named Little Bear (Litefoot) who was fighting in the French and Indian War on the side of the British.
Who wrote The Indian in the Cupboard?
What did Omri make come alive in the cupboard for Little Bear?
Each day, Omri brings Little Bear food, water and supplies to build the longhouse. Using the cupboard, Omri makes a horse, ax, bow and arrows. When Omri brings another Indian figurine to life, the old Indian sees Omri and dies of fright.
What is the moral of the Indian in the cupboard?
Honor it. Respect animals lower than you on the food chain. Learn survival in the forest to come of age. For some young viewers, these and other nuggets of Native American advice weigh down the story of the mutually astonished Omri and Little Bear like a canoe full of rocks.
Is there an Indian in the cupboard 2 movie?
The Indian in the Cupboard Part 2 More Magic (1981)
Why does Omri think Little Bear is demanding?
Why does Omri do almost everything Little Bear wants? (He wants him to be happy; admires him; is fascinated by him.)
Why did Adiel put Omri’s cupboard in the attic?
Why did Adiel put Omri’s cupboard in the attic? He thought Omri took his football shorts. He was angry because Omri had taken his rat ball. He sensed its magic was dangerous.
Why did Omri not tell anyone about Little Bear?
Q. Why was Omri afraid to tell his parents about Little Bear? They might take Little Bear and the cupboard away from him. He was afraid his brothers would harm Little Bear.
What level is the Indian in the cupboard?
Reading to Kids Books: The Indian in the Cupboard. Grade Level: 4th (GLCs: Click here for grade level guidelines.) What could be better than a magic cupboard that turns small toys into living creatures?