Field Mouse Goes to War/Tusan Homichi Tuwvota

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

 

Originally published by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, this is the story of how a tiny field mouse who lives at the edege of the village makes great preparations to save the chickens of the people at Mishongnovi from their enemy, the hawk. With Hopi text alongside the English and black-and-white illustrations by the young Fred Kabotie, this little story demonstrates that size does not always equal power.

 

 

Author: Edward A. Kennard, with Hopi text by Albert Yava (Hopi)

Illustrations: Black and white illustrations by Fred Kabotie (Hopi)

Binding Availability: Paperback

Published: (1944) 1977

Tribes/Ethnic Groups: Hopi