Remaking the Earth: A Creation Story from the Great Plains of North America
In this Algonquin "Earth Diver" creation myth, woven from the ideas of several traditional tales, the water birds and animals left behind when the old world was flooded dive for mud so that the Creator can make dry land again.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - pgreenley - LibraryThing
In an elementary setting this book provides great fodder for a conversation about belief and myth. The details of how each aspect of the world known to the Plains Indians came to be are a beautiful ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dahabdabbler - LibraryThing
The author's note at the beginning was very informative and explained why he wrote the story as he did. It was important to read about the affect the missionaries had on creation stories and I am glad ... Read full review