Tales the elders told: Ojibway legends By Basil Johnston Canadian fiction, Folklore, fables and fairy tales, General fiction, Native peoples of Canada fiction, Canadian non-fiction, General non-fiction, Literature Human-narrated audio, Human-transcribed braille Summary 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. Choose a formatElectronic braille (Uncontracted)DAISY audio (CD)DAISY audio (Direct to player)DAISY audio (Zip)Braille (Uncontracted) Get it! Title Details ISBN 9780888542618 Publisher Royal Ontario Museum Copyright Date 1981 Book number 2419616 Audio details for CELA title Narrator Barbara Byam Duration 1 hours 11 minutes 44 seconds Audio producer CNIB, 2001. Braille details for CELA title Volumes 1 Braille code UEB Braille producer CNIB, 2011.