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I enjoyed reading the Trickster tale to my grandchildren who liked hearing it. I will add it to the collection of creation tales I share with elementary students. Joan MosesPublished 1 month ago by joan moses
It was a fun and entertaining tale. The illustrations where nicely done and we enjoyed the colors. But we wondered if the chiefs daughter misses "her" child.Published 3 months ago by Scott Parker
This is THE cutest book. It tells us how some cultures think and believe, not just explains the theory of the big bang or something else. Read morePublished 3 months ago by kwall
The illustrations are very suited for the story. This story capture the Pacific Northwest culture in a way that's understandable and accessible to young children. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Deborah Guzman
Great book! I love the story and glad I get to share with my little son. The pictures are wonderfulPublished 5 months ago by alexander d blake
And wonderfully illustrated. We bought this as a Xmas gift for our friend's six year old daughter but young and old enjoyed the book.Published 7 months ago by JK
my boys loved this book, it is a simple book with beautiful pictures to go along. we purchased the kindle versionPublished 8 months ago by Malea
The story is truly a great tale of native North American mythology. The book has a poor human interface, poor layout design and if the author was still alive he would surely be... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dr CJ
Not quite the "sterling" condition I hoped for, but certainly more than adequate.
The story, by one of best American Indian story tellers, will be useful in... Read more