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|Statement||by Evelyn Dahl Reed ; illustrations by Glen Strock.|
|LC Classifications||E99.P9 R27 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||86014544|
In the end, coyote has the power to draw us all into his magic circle and, in his own way, he serves to reinforce our human identity. This book is an ideal companion to "Kachina Tales from the Indian Pueblos," American Indian legends collected by Gene Meany Hodge from authentic sources in the s, also published by Sunstone : Glen Strock. Genre/Form: Legends Folklore: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reed, Evelyn Dahl, Coyote tales from the Indian pueblos. Santa Fe, N.M.: Sunstone. Description - Coyote Tales from the Indian Pueblos by Evelyn Dahl Reed One of the most constant symbols of North American Indian mythology is coyote, a figure that has not only persisted but successfully crossed cultural barriers. Coyote Tales tells two different stories, each one centred around a coyote. Coyote is both mischievous and gullible, and Thomas King's stories illustrating this work incredibly well. Both stories are quite fun, incredibly funny, and just an enjoyable experience to read/5.
In the end, coyote has the power to draw us all into his magic circle and, in his own way, he serves to reinforce our human identity. This book is an ideal companion to "Kachina Tales from the Indian Pueblos," American Indian legends collected by Gene Meany Hodge from authentic sources in the s, also published by Sunstone Press. Coyote and the Another One (Chippewa) Coyote and the Hen (Mayan) Coyote and the Monsters of the Bitterroot Valley (Flathead/Salish) Coyote and the Rolling Rock (Blackfeet/Salish) Coyote Kills a Giant (Dine/Navajo) Coyote's Adventures in Idaho (Flathead/Salish) Coyote vs. Duck; Coyote's Salmon (Sanpoil) Fire Race (Karuk) Rabbit and the Coyote. The coyote was affected by both sleepiness and pride. His winks were almost as blue as the sky. In the midst of his new pleasure the swaying motion ceased. Iktomi had reached his dwelling place. The coyote felt drowsy no longer, for in the next instant he was slipping out of Iktomi's hands. Picture books for children based on Navajo and Pueblo myths about Coyote spilling the stars. Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians: Collection of Jicarilla legends and traditional stories. And It Is Still That Way: Charming anthology of legends told by Apache and other Arizona Indian children. American Indian Trickster Tales.
THE AMERICAN PUEBLO INDIAN ACTIVITY BOOK Fun Projects for Children and Parents; –; CHOKECHERRY HUNTERS AND OTHER POEMS; COYOTE TALES FROM THE INDIAN PUEBLOS Authentic Native American Legends; DINETAH: AN EARLY HISTORY OF THE NAVAJO A Chronicle of the Navajo People; THE ENEMY GODS KACHINA TALES FROM THE INDIAN PUEBLOS . Kachina Tales From the Indian Pueblos Kindle Edition by Gene Meany Hodge (Author)4/5(3). This item: Kachina Tales from the Indian Pueblos by Gene Meany Hodge Paperback $ Only 10 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by SuperBookDeals/4(3). Evelyn Dahl Reed has written: 'Coyote tales from the Indian pueblos' -- subject(s): Coyote (Legendary character), Folklore, Indians of North America, Pueblo Indians Asked in Dreams and Dream.