By Richard Erdoes,Alfonso Ortiz
American Indian Trickster Tales comprises multiple hundred tales from sixty tribes? many recorded from dwelling storytellers?which are illustrated with full of life and evocative drawings. those interesting stories will be learn aloud and loved by means of readers of any age, and may front folklorists, anthropologists, fans of local American literature, and fanatics of either Joseph Campbell and the Brothers Grimm.
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