Lesson Stories - Time Honored

$6.00 each

A Legend from Crazy Horse Clan

Daniel Long Soldier’s illustrations give power to the words of this exceptional book.

$15.00 each

A Long Time Ago is Just Like Today

Combines traditional Chippewa stories, recalled in the elders own words, biographical reminiscences and instructions for some cultural practices. It is a rich and important collection.

$11.00 each

Amikoonse (Little Beaver)

The story of Amikoonse, the little beaver, who discovers a world beyond that he has always known.

$15.00 each

Antelope Woman: An Apache Folktale

The story of Antelope Woman reminds us why we must always respect the antelope as we respect all things great and small.

$4.50 each

Aseban: The Ojibwe word for Raccoon

Typical of traditional stories, this one both explains natural phenomenon and describes appropriate behavior for being a good person.

$13.00 each

Beaver Steals Fire: A Salish Coyote Story

These stories are a treasure to be treated carefully and lovingly, taken out at the right time and then put away to rest until it is time to take them out again.

$15.00 each

Brave Wolf and the Thunderbird

Each spring, a water monster comes out of the lake to steal Thunderbird’s chicks. So Thunderbird snatches up a human hunter to help her foil the monster.

$8.00 each

Ch’askin: A Legend of the Sechelt People

This beautiful little book is a companion to the Sechelt stories—Mayuk, the Grizzly Bear, How the Robin Got Its Red Breast, and Salmon Boy — and is just as evocative.

$18.00 each

Coyote and the Sky: How the Sun, Moon, and Stars Began

Traditional telling of a portion of the Tamaya Pueblo creation story.

$14.00 each

Coyote Stories

Coyote, the trickster, the selfish individualist, teaching us how not to behave.

$10.00 each

Coyote Stories of the Montana Salish Indians

Coyote stories that impart valuable lessons to little ones about how not to be.

$25.00 each

Coyote Stories of the Navajo People

Here are 14 stories about Coyote, originally prepared at Rough Rock Community School in Chinle, Arizona.

$21.00 each

Edànì Nogèe Weggòò Degèe Adzà: How the Fox Got His Crossed Legs

Includes a CD-ROM allowing readers to see and hear this story in the English and Tłįchǫ language.

$20.00 each

Ekwǫ̀ Dǫzhìa Wegondi / The Legend of the Caribou Boy

When a little boy has trouble sleeping at night, he realizes that the caribou spirit is so strong in him that he can no longer remain a human.

$25.00 each

El Q’anil: Man of Lightning

Stands alongside such classic Maya literary artifacts as Popol Vuh and Chilam Balam but has been preserved only through oral tradition.

$20.00 each

Eneéko Námbe Ik’oó K’eézho/The Old Man with the Otter Medicine

Includes a CD-ROM allowing readers to see and hear this story in the English and Tłįchǫ language.

$9.00 each

Field Mouse Goes to War/Tusan Homichi Tuwvota

With Hopi text alongside the English, this little story demonstrates that size does not always equal power.

$7.50 each

First Fire: A Traditional Native American Tale

This traditional Cherokee story is beautifully written, and Emerson’s illustrations of the animals are impressive.

$15.00 each

Grandfather Stories of the Navajos

Traditional stories of the kind that Diné grandfathers tell their grandchildren.

$75.00 each

Heart of the Bitterroot: Voices of Salish & Pend d’Oreille Women

Showcases never before told stories of remarkable Salish women.

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