Red Hawk and the Sky Sisters: A Shawnee Legend
Troll, Aug 1, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
New in the "Legends of the World"series, this book--and others in the series--features an extensive nonfiction section, complete with full-color photos and geographic, historical, and cultural information about the tribe from which the legend originates. In this legend, the skilled hunter Red Hawk must overcome many obstacles before he can be united with his beloved, the youngest daughter of Bright Star.
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