Ktunaxa Legends

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These stories, told by Ktunaxa elders, teach children learn respect for creation and the proper way to be in this world. Excellent for read-aloud.

 

 

The People's self-name is pronounced “tun-a-HA.” Coyote, who inhabits about half of the stories in this large volume, has unusual (to say the least) ways of solving his problems. Through these stories, told by Ktunaxa elders, Ktunaxa children have learned respect for all of creation and a personal regard for all life; the proper way to be in this world. Excellent for telling and read-aloud, as well as for independent reading.

 

 

Produced by: Kootenai Culture Committee, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes

Illustrations: Black and white illustrations

Binding Availability: Paperback

Published: (1984) 1997

Tribes/Ethnic Groups: Ktunaxa / Kootenai