The Ice Man: A Traditional Native American Tale

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When an out-of-control fire threatens to burn their whole world, a Cherokee elder advises two young men to go to the top of the world and seek the aid of Ice Man.

Available in paperback only.  Marijo Moore (Cherokee), The Ice Man. 2000, color illustrations by Yoshe Miyake.

When an out-of-control fire threatens to burn their whole world, a Cherokee elder advises two young men to go to the top of the world and seek the aid of Ice Man. Because they give him an offering, he puts the great fire out—and creates a lake in its place. To this day, it is said, you can hear the embers beneath the lake, crackling and hissing, reminding everyone of the great fire. Another beautifully written traditional story that will have the youngest readers spellbound.