When Beaver Was Very Great: Stories to Live By

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Addressing topics from our relationship with nature to peace activism, from personal growth to social justice, from respect for elders to raising children for a gentler walk on our earth, the tales are rich with traditional wisdom.

Available in paperback or hardcover.  When Beaver Was Very Great: Stories to Live By, by Anne M. Dunn, with illustrations by Sharon L. White.  1995, 223 pages.

“In happened in the long, long, ago that a little girl went out to pick berries with her mother…”

Thus begins one of the wonderful tales found in this collection of traditional legends and recent writings by Ojibwe storyteller Anne Dunn.

Addressing topics from our relationship with nature to peace activism, from personal growth to social justice, from respect for elders to raising children for a gentler walk on our earth, the tales are rich with traditional wisdom.

Brimming with kindness and insight, vibrant with strength and beauty…these stories will touch your heart. These are stories to live by.

Publisher: Midwest Traditions, Inc.
Culture Group: Ojibwe