After a poor harvest, two children regain the Corn Maidens' blessings for their people with the aid of a cornstalk toy, the dragonfly. "A fine addition to Native American folklore collections." -- Kirkus Reviews, pointer
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
My favorite thing about this book is the lesson that was taught. It is okay to be generous to others and also that you shouldnít judge a book by its cover. The corn maidens may have seemed like old beggars that had nothing, but they may have just had a bad harvest. The children were just trying to be nice and in return the old ladies helped them with food from their abundant harvest.
Review: Dragonfly's TaleUser Review - Mariel - Goodreads
Dragonfly's Tale is about A tribe named Ashiwi, that lived in a village called Hawikuh. The Ashiwi tribe were blessed from the Maidens of the White and Yellow Corn with lots of corn to make food with ... Read full review