Night Dancer: Mythical Piper of the Native American Southwest

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Scholastic Inc., 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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A lyrical picture book poem featuring Kokopelli, the beloved humpbacked southwestern Native American god.

This lyrical poem follows Kokopelli, the god of dance and music, as he travels through the moonlit desert playing his flute and inviting the desert animals to join in his dance. Coyote, Snake, Tortoise, Javelina, Jackrabbit, Tarantula, and the sleeping children of a nearby pueblo accept his invitation, and joyously follow this pied piper of the Rio Grande in his midnight dance.
 

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User Review  - amccann - LibraryThing

Native American tale of the piped piper named Kokopelli. His song can only be heard at night as he brings the melody to all the creatures and children. They follow him in a line through the deserts ... Read full review

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User Review  - malindahodgson - LibraryThing

This was a nice book. I enjoyed the pictures and the story. The book was about an Indian who played music and danced at night. People and animals followed him dancing. I think my favorite part about this book was the pictures. Read full review

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