Volume 1 of the classic account of life among Plains Indians; ceremonies, hunt, warfare, and more.
A collection of animal tales first told by the Plains Indians, interwoven with factual information about the Lakota people.
The gifts of Magic Frog and his own hopeful and unselfish spirit bring Jumping Mouse finally to the Far-Off Land where no mouse goes hungry.
When the buffalo herds fail to appear one spring, a village in the Black Hills of South Dakota finds itself in turmoil: the people grow selfish, and the elders lose their authority. But a beautiful woman comes, bearing a message of hope.
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.
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 retelling of the Comanche Indian legend of how a little girl's sacrifice brought the flower called bluebonnet to Texas.
A gift to a shy young man from the birds and animals helps him to express his love to a beautiful girl.
Iktomi the trickster has trouble after losing his eyes (temporarily!) when he greedily misuses a magical trick.
After outwitting some ducks, Iktomi, the Indian trickster, is outwitted by Coyote.
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