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By Sam Snake, Emerson S Coatsworth, David Coatsworth, Francis Kagige. 1979
During the 1930s, the stories told by the elders of the Rama Ojibway Band were compiled and translated into English.… These 16 stories tell of Nanabush, one of the most powerful, and most mischievous, spirits of the Ojibway world. Grades 4-7 and older readers. 1979.
By Basil Johnston. 1981
These legends, which include "Why birds go south in winter" and "The first butterflies", are an integral part of the… spiritual and cultural heritage of the Ojibway people. For all ages.
By Chris D'Lacey. 2007
Five years have passed since David Rain, now a bestselling author, disappeared mysteriously in the Arctic. Slowly the ice is… changing; bears are starving; dragons are rising; and the spirit Gaia, goddess of the Earth, is restless, wanting to act upon these changes. But all living things may suffer if she does. As the weather grows wilder and the ice caps melt, all eyes turn from the north to David's daughter, Alexa. She is the key to stopping the wicked. Can one girl save the world from the forces of evil before she disappears like her father?
By Sharon Birlson Kirkham. 2013
"Skygirl On Cloud 9" is an entertaining narrative of the amazing globe-trekking adventures of fllight attendant Sharon Birlson Kirkham. Each… amusing account recalls one of the exciting opportunities Sharon and her husband Cary have experienced through-out her career, and since. While she says they've done their best to see as much as possible, "the world is a really big place. There are hundreds more trips to be taken and stories to be written, 'but' there are only 365 days in a year...."
By Misti Kenison. 2016
How many gondolas float down the canal? Can you count the number of masks at Carnival? Toddlers will answer these… questions and more in this new book from Misti Kenison in her Tiny Traveler series. Travel from Rome to Venice as you and your little one count your way through Italy’s most famous landmarks. From one leaning tower to seven fresh pizzas coming out of the oven, you’ll catch the travel bug while teaching children the basics of counting!The fourth book in Kenison’s Tiny Traveler board book series will exposure your child to another country and culture while teaching him or her the basic concept of counting and numbers. So sit back and explore the world with your little one from your very own living room. Traveling to foreign places has never been so fun, or educational, for young children before!A wonderful series for young toddlers (0 to 2 years), this book teaches the basic concept of numbers and counting. Can be used at home or in a childcare facility to teach basic concepts.
By Misti Kenison. 2016
From the tiniest bonsai to the peak of Mount. Fuji, your toddler will follow a beautiful nature trail through Japan.… This new book from Misti Kenison in the Tiny Traveler series explains natural elements in the simplest terms for the youngest of travelers. Cherry blossoms, bamboo, and volcanoes are all illustrated in bold colors to capture the imagination. Toddlers will love finding rocks in the Zen garden, floating lotus blooms, yellow Japanese plums, and more in this delightful board book.Traveling to foreign places has never been so fun, or educational, for young children before! The Tiny Traveler board book series is sure to give your child the travel bug early while transporting the whole family to exotic and fantastic places. Explore the world with your little one from your very own living room.A wonderful board book series for toddlers (0 to 2 years), this book teaches young children about different parts of nature—and important basic concept to learn before entering preschool.