"When the snow lay deep on the ground, the North Wind came howling from his home in the Land of Ice, and the cold moon shone from the frosty sky, it was then that the Indians gathered in the wigwam. It was then that Iagoo sat by the fire of blazing logs, and the little boys and girls gathered around him." So begins this charming collection of seven stories told by Iagoo the Indian storyteller.
Young readers and listeners will love such charming, authentic tales as "Shin-ge-bis Fools the North Wind," "How the Summer Came," "The Little Boy and Girl in the Clouds," "The Child of the Evening Star," "The Boy Who Snared the Sun," "Grasshopper," and "Mish-o-sha, the Magician." Adapted from legends collected by noted ethnologist Henry R. Schoolcraft in the Lake Superior region in 1839, these enchanting stories will delight youngsters and lovers of Native American myth and legend. Thirty illustrations by John Green enhance the text, printed in large, easy-to-read type.
Reprint of stories from American Indian Fairy Tales, P. F. Volland Co., Joliet, IL, 1921.
Recommended for ages 8-14