A collection of traditional Iroquois tales in which animals learn about the importance of caring and responsibility and the dangers of selfishness and pride.
Eighteen Inuit folktales from an ancient oral tradition filled with magic and animals who can become people.
Includes notes on the Inuit culture.
A quarrel between the first man and the first woman is settled when the Sun causes strawberries to grow out of the earth.
When a young man goes away on his first hunt, his sweetheart is sure he has forgotten her and dies of a broken heart. He returns to show his love for her the only way he can.
Stories from the Northwest Coast, California, the Plains, the North Woods, the Southwest, and Alaska.
A retelling of the Comanche Indian legend of how a little girl's sacrifice brought the flower called bluebonnet to Texas.
The legend of how the Indian paintbrush, the state flower of Wyoming, first bloomed, and how a young brave dreams of creating a painting that will capture the beauty of a sunset.
A Lakota Indian legend in which the White Buffalo Woman presents her people with the Sacred Calf Pipe which gives them the means to pray to the Great Spirit.
Two starving orphans in a drought-stricken village follow a magic hummingbird on a quest to bring rain to their people
A retelling of part of a Navajo creation and evolution myth in which of all the animals the lowly snail alone is responsible for bringing pure water to the new land.
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