It’s been over a half century since the author first heard these magical tales from Native people of North America.
Generations of children have enjoyed these stories.
The author enjoyed them as a young man.
And now, you can enjoy it, too!
El Abedul Valiente
El Arbedul Valiente
Some mornings are so beautiful that you just have to sing and make a happy noise.
Long, long ago a little bird did that and got picked on by a mean bully. No one seemed to be able to help…until a brave birch tree came to the rescue.
And birch trees have never been the same since.
It’s been over a half century since the author first heard this magical tale from Native people of North America. Ojibwa children enjoyed this story in their forest homes, the author enjoyed it as a young man, and now you can enjoy it, too!
When the Owl Calls for You/
Cuando el Búho te Llama
Owls are amazing birds.
Did you ever think of an owl, hooting in the night, as scary, or even something bad?
In many Native American tribes owls hooting were considered a “bad omen,” a signal that something bad was going to happen. Some even believed that they were a symbol of death.
This is the story of one Native American child who feared that the owl was calling for her.
Legend of the Niags
Jenny was looking for s’mores and found...a tiny swimmer? While on a family camping trip. Jenny is surprised to find Ra swimming on her family’s picnic table. Follow their adventures as they race to survive dangerous animals, birds, and especially…the Fire Beast!
This is the story of a modern girl and her unlikely friendship with a mythical tiny person and his family, and of their adventures. It is based on Seneca and other Native American legends about a race of “little people” that lived close to them, nearly always unseen, hidden in secret places.
The stories in this book features fictional characters Brave Hawk, Crane, and Pierre.
Their life paths cross and become friends.
While the stories are fictional, the myths and legends they contain are authentic and come from different tribes across North America.
The Native American-based stories in this book are fictional but are strongly based on the beliefs and traditions of a number of different Native American tribes scattered across the North American continent.
This collection is especially dedicated to the girls and women of many of those tribes.
It is full of centuries-old Girl Power!
Bee Tree Honey & The Old Man and the Lynx
Miel del Árbol de las Abejas & El Viejo y el Lince
Bee Tree Honey & The Old Man and the Lynx: Miel del Árbol de las Abejas & El Viejo y el Lince
This book is good for all ages.
Two bilingual books in one.
Bee Tree Honey tells of the dangers of a family’s quest for a tasty, nutritious treat.
The Old Man and the Lynx explains how the lynx came to exist.
Este libro es bueno para todas las edades.
Dos libros bilingües en uno.
Miel del Árbol de las Abejas cuenta los peligros de la búsqueda de una familia para una golosina sabrosa y nutritiva.
El Viejo y el Lince explica cómo llegó a existir el lince.