Monday, May 3, 2021

Stories to Celebrate Brother and Sister Day

The Elder Sister
by
William Bouguereau, 1869

May 2 is Brother and Sister Day! My mother had 11 brothers and sisters so there were stories aplenty of sibling rivalry, household chores gone awry, playing tricks on their strict Irish mother, banding together to help the family during the Great Depression, and more. I’m sure you have your own stories as well. Make sure to write down those family stories; so many are worth remembering.

Here are some folktales and fairytales from around the world to help you celebrate siblings!





STORIES

Alenoushka and Her Brother – Russia
http://tinyurl.com/bbxjkgu

The Brother and Sister – Turkey
http://tinyurl.com/bkkbn5h

The Brother and His Sisters –West Africa
http://tinyurl.com/bdsyyj2 

The Enchanted Stag – Grimm/Germany
https://tinyurl.com/6w8x2ttt 

The Icon’s Warm Bread – Greece
http://tinyurl.com/b5a8m4f

Little Brother and Little Sister – Germany
https://www.pitt.edu/~dash/grimm011.html

The Little Sister: The Story of Suyettar and the Nine Brothers – Finland
http://tinyurl.com/az32zuq

Sivka-Burka - Russian
http://tinyurl.com/a4psurf 

Sister and Brother – Turkey
http://tinyurl.com/a3r2t9r

The Three Brothers - Serbia
http://tinyurl.com/agvodlo

The Two Sisters
http://whisperingbooks.com/Show_Page/?book=English_Fairy_Tales&story=Two_Sisters

Two Brothers – Jewish
https://storiestogrowby.org/story/two-brothers/

Quarrel of the Sun and the Moon - Inuit
https://www.firstpeople.us/FP-Html-Legends/QuarrelOfTheSunAndTheMoon-Eskimo.html

ACTIVITIES

20 Activities for Siblings to Bond, Compete and Cooperate
https://playtivities.com/activities-for-siblings/

BOOKS
 

24 Children’s Books About Love and Siblings
https://bookroo.com/books/topics/love/siblings

100 Must Read Books About Siblings
https://bookriot.com/books-about-siblings/

Celebrating Siblings: 50 Mighty Girl Books About Sisters & Brothers
https://www.amightygirl.com/blog?p=11580

SOMETHING EXTRA

Bold Sisters in Fairy Tale Families
https://folklorethursday.com/folktales/bold-sisters-in-fairy-tale-families/

Family Fun 
– An older blogs with fingerplays, songs, and more on the theme of ‘family.’
https://tinyurl.com/cv6wkmus 

 



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Wednesday, April 28, 2021

INDEX TO FOLKTALES AND FAIRYTALES

The Girl with the Wooden
Helmet

by H.J. Ford, 1906
In 2003 I highlighted a useful index of folktales and fairytales in my Stor e Telling column in the NSN's magazine. It was like stumbling on a treasure trove when I found it. Sadly, it is no longer hosted on the original site, but I found the information still available on the Wayback Machine. I thought it might be useful to all of you.

I spent some time putting the information in a PDF and Word.doc file format this morning as well. If you would like a copy, email me at storybug@aol.com  

Copyright Note: The index was not my creation. It was originally listed on the Sunrise Mountain High School Library, compiled by Mrs. Edwards, Library Media Specialist. My new hero! https://www.peoriaunified.org/SunriseMountain



FOLKTALES AND FAIRYTALES FROM NORTH AMERICA


Country/Origin

Story Title

Book Title

Call#

Canada

Bare- Legged Boy

Moontellers

398.26 Moroney

Canada

Nanook, the White Bear

Folktales and Fables of the Americas and the Pacific

398.2094 Folk Ta

Canada

Pilotte, the Dog that Saved a Settlement

Folktales and Fables of the Americas and the Pacific

398.2094 Folk Ta

Canada

The Coming of Raven

Our Favorite Stories From Around the World

398.2 Gavin

Canada

The Crow and the Daylight

Folktales and Fables of the Americas and the Pacific

398.2094 Folk Ta

Canada- Quebec

The Secret of Animals

More Ready to Tell Tales from Around the World

398.2 More Re

Canada- Quebec

The Talking Cat

Best Loved Folktales of the World

398.2 Best Lo

Canadian Indian

How the Summer Queen came to Canada

The Maid of the North: Feminist Folk Tales from Around the World

398.22 Phelps

Canadian Indian

The Indian Cinderella

Best Loved Folktales of the World

398.2 Best Lo

Mexico

A Gift for Abuelita

A Gift for Abuelita

E Joseph

Mexico

Angelo the Stowaway

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

Ashes for Sale

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Ashes for Sale

The Emerald Lizard

398.2098 Despain

Mexico

Background About Juan Oso

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Blanca Flor, White Flower

Magic Moments

398.2098 Loya

Mexico

Blancaflor

Fiesta Femenina: Celebrating Women in Mexican Folktale

398.2097 Gerson

Mexico

Bringing Out the Holy Word

Latin American Folktales

398.2089 Latin

Mexico

Celina and El Sombreron

Magic Moments

398.2098 Loya

Mexico

Cuckoo

Cuckoo

398.2 Ehlert

Mexico

Domitila

Domitila: A Cinderella Tale from the Mexican Tradition

398.2097 Coburn

Mexico

Don Cacahuate, Mr. Peanut

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

Don Jacinto

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

Doña Sebastiana

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

Dos Compadres Stories

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Eight Omens

Latin American Folktales

398.2089 Latin

Mexico

El Cucuy

Boogieman

398.2097 Hayes

Mexico

El Santo Niño

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

Green Bird

Fiesta Femenina: Celebrating Women in Mexican Folktale

398.2097 Gerson

Mexico

How Music Was Fetched Out of Heaven

The Golden Hoard

398.2 McCaugh

Mexico

How the Rainbow Was Born

Golden Tales

398.2098 Delacre

Mexico

Is he Lost?

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

Is It You?

Latin American Folktales

398.2089 Latin

Mexico

Juan Oso

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Judge Coyote

Fair is Fair: World Folktales of Justice

398.355 Creeden

Mexico

Judge Coyote

Fair is Fair: World Folktales of Justice

398.355 Creeden

Mexico

Jujuyana, The Devil’s Daughter

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

La China Poblana

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

La Hormiguita

Multi-Cultural Folktales

398.2 Sierra

Mexico

La Hormiguita

Multi-Cultural Folktales: Stories to Tell Young Children

398.2 Sierra

Mexico

La Llorona, The Wailing Woman

Magic Moments

398.2098 Loya

Mexico

La maravillosa chirrionera

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Lad Madrina Muerte, Godmother Death

Magic Moments

398.2098 Loya

Mexico

Like Father, Like Son

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

Los Seis Cabritos

Oryx Multicultural Folktale Series: A Knock at the Door

398.21 Knock A

Mexico

Malintzin of the Mountain

Fiesta Femenina: Celebrating Women in Mexican Folktale

398.2097 Gerson

Mexico

Mistress Lucía

Latin American Folktales

398.2089 Latin

Mexico

Montezuma’s Wound

Latin American Folktales

398.2089 Latin

Mexico

One for You, One for Me

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

One Good Deed Deserves Another

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

Opossum and Coyote

Magic Moments

398.2098 Loya

Mexico

Our Lady Guadalupe

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

Our Lady Guadalupe

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Pancho’s Piñata

Pancho’s Piñata

398.2 Czernec

Mexico

Pedro and the Giant

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Pedro and the Hanging Tree

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Pedro and the Magic Pot

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Pedro and the Monkey Tree

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Pedro and the Mule Drivers

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Pedro and the Pig Tails

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Pedro Goes to Heaven

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Pedro y el Arbol de Dinero

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Pedro y la olla mágica

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Queveto and the King

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Mexico

Rosha and the Sun

Fiesta Femenina: Celebrating Women in Mexican Folktale

398.2097 Gerson

Mexico

Se venden cenizas

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Senor Coyote and the Dogs

Best Loved Folktales of the World

398.2 Best Lo

Mexico

Tales of Transformation, Magic, and Adventure

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Ant Who Learned to Play the Flute

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Art of Lying

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Boy and the Devil

More Ready to Tell Tales from Around the World

398.2 More Re

Mexico

The Boy Who Killed the Giant

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Boy Without Fear

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Brujas’ Dance

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Burro and the Fox

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Compadre’s Sandals

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Corn Maidens

Our Favorite Stories From Around the World

398.2 Gavin

Mexico

The Corn Woman

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Devil’s Friend

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Drovers Who Lost their Feet

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Mexico

The Dust Devil

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Eagle and the Lion

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Eagle on the Cactus

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Earth Giants

Folktales and Fables of the Americas and the Pacific

398.2094 Folk Ta

Mexico

The Enchanted Forest

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Enchantress of Cordoba

Jade and Iron

398.2098 Jade An

Mexico

The Five Suns

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Flood

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Flying Skeleton

Magic Moments

398.2098 Loya

Mexico

The Foolish Coyote

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Fox and the Coyote

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Gifts of the Holy Family

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Greedy Compadre

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Green Bird

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Hungry Goddess

Fiesta Femenina: Celebrating Women in Mexican Folktale

398.2097 Gerson

Mexico

The Hungry Goddess

Magic Moments

398.2098 Loya

Mexico

The Hungry Peasant, God, And Death

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Mexico

The Jewels of Shinning Light

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Language of the Animals

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Legend of Tangu Yuh

Fiesta Femenina: Celebrating Women in Mexican Folktale

398.2097 Gerson

Mexico

The Legend of the Poinsettia

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Legend of the Poinsettia

The Legend of the Poinsettia

398.242 De Paola

Mexico

The Legend of the Two Volcanoes

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Lion and the Cricket

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Littlest Ant

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Magic Cap

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Magic Violin

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Miracle of Mirajel

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Miracle of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Golden Tales

398.2098 Delacre

Mexico

The Monkey and the Crocodile

Magic Moments

398.2098 Loya

Mexico

The Most Interesting Gift of All

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Mouse and the Ant

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Owl and the Painted Bird

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Rabbit and the Coyote

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Ram in the Chile Patch

Nursery Tales Around the World

398.21 Nursery

Mexico

The Return of Quetzalcoatl

Latin American Folktales

398.2089 Latin

Mexico

The Sheppard and the Skunk

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Smelly Feet

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Talking Stone

Latin American Folktales

398.2089 Latin

Mexico

The Three Branches

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Three Dreamers

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Three Pieces of Good Advice

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Three Simpletons

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Three Simpletons, Even Dumber

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The True Path to Happiness

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Virgin of Guadalupe

Fiesta Femenina: Celebrating Women in Mexican Folktale

398.2097 Gerson

Mexico

The Virgin of Guadalupe

Magic Moments

398.2098 Loya

Mexico

The Waterfall of Wisdom

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Weeping Woman

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico

The Weeping Woman

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

The Wonderful Chirrionera

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico

Uncle Rabbit and Uncle Tiger

Magic Moments

398.2098 Loya

Mexico

What the Owls Said

Latin American Folktales

398.2089 Latin

Mexico

When the Sun and the Moon Were Children

Golden Tales

398.2098 Delacre

Mexico

When the World Was Dark

Magic Moments

398.2098 Loya

Mexico

Why the Moon is Free

Fiesta Femenina: Celebrating Women in Mexican Folktale

398.2097 Gerson

Mexico

You First!

The Corn Woman

398.2089Vigil

Mexico- Aztec

Food from the Gods

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico- Aztec

How the Cactus Came to the World

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico- Aztec

Into the Trail of Stars

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico- Aztec

Legend of the Feathered Serpent

The Eagle and the Rainbow

398.2097 Madriga

Mexico- Aztec

Music from the Gods

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico- Aztec

The Creation of the World

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico- Aztec

The Flowing Waters

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico- Aztec

Thee Broken Bones

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

A Rich Source of Myth

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

A Universe Fuelled by Blood

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

An Unstable Universe

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

Cycles of Destiny

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

Gods of the Natural World

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

Home of the Gods

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

Impersonating the Gods

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

In Search of a Homeland

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

Lord of the Smoking Mirror

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

Pulque, the Divine Intoxicant

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

Quetzalcoatl as the Morning Star

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

Raising the Sky

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

Rebirth of the Sun

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

Ritual and Belief

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

Seven Macaw and the Hero Twins

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Arrogant Imposter

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Birth of the Hero Twins

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Conqueror God

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Creation of the Sun and Moon

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Defeat of the Underworld Gods

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Earth is Born

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Earth Mother

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The First Genocide

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The First People

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Five Suns

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Maya Universe

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Mesoamerican Legacy

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Mixtec Codices

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The People of Fire and Rain

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Perilous Journey of the Soul

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Plumed Spirit

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Power of the Shaman

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

The Quiche People

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

Tula’s Golden Age

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec and Mayan Indians

Zipacna and Earthquake

Gods of Sun and Sacrifice

398.2089 Allan

Mexico- Aztec Indians

Legend of the Feathered Serpent

The Eagle and the Rainbow

398.2097 Madriga

Mexico- Aztec Indians

Rabbit

Moontellers

398.26 Moroney

Mexico- Aztec Indians

The Emergence of Ancestors

The Mythology of Mexico and Central America

299.792 Bierhor

Mexico- Aztec Indians

When Mountains Became Gods

Jade and Iron

398.2098 Jade An

Mexico- Chatino Tribe

The Childhood of Sun and Moon

The Mythology of Mexico and Central America

299.792 Bierhor

Mexico- Chinantec Tribe

The Visit to the Animal Master

The Mythology of Mexico and Central America

299.792 Bierhor

Mexico- Cora Indians

How the Opossum Stole Fire

Jade and Iron

398.2098 Jade An

Mexico- Cora Tribe

Corn Woman’s Marriage

The Mythology of Mexico and Central America

299.792 Bierhor

Mexico- Huichol

The Rain of Five Years

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico- Huichol Indians

The Eagle and the Rainbow

The Eagle and the Rainbow

398.2097 Madriga

Mexico- Huichol Legend

The Eagle and the Rainbow

The Eagle and the Rainbow

398.2097 Madriga

Mexico- Huichol Tribe

The Flood

The Emerald Lizard

398.2098 Despain

Mexico- Huichol Tribe

The Sun and the Fire

The Mythology of Mexico and Central America

299.792 Bierhor

Mexico- Mayan

People of the Corn

People of the Corn

398.2089 Gerson

Mexico- Mayan

The Bird Who Cleans the World

The Bird Who Cleans the World

398.2089 Montejo

Mexico- Mayan

The Mummer of the River

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico- Mayan Indians

People of Corn

People of Corn

398.2089 Gerson

Mexico- Mayan Indians

The Boy Who Cried Tears of Jade

The Eagle and the Rainbow

398.2097 Madriga

Mexico- Mazatec

The Possums Tail

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico- Mazatec Tribe

Opossum Steals Fire

The Mythology of Mexico and Central America

299.792 Bierhor

Mexico- Mexica

The Comet and the Tiger

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico- Mixe Tribe

The Flood Myth

The Mythology of Mexico and Central America

299.792 Bierhor

Mexico- Mopan Tribe

The Hidden Corn

The Mythology of Mexico and Central America

299.792 Bierhor

Mexico- Tarahumara

Song to Three Stars

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico- Tarahumara

Tahui

The Eagle and the Rainbow

398.2097 Madriga

Mexico- Tarahumara Indians

Tahui

The Eagle and the Rainbow

398.2097 Madriga

Mexico- Tarahumara Tribe

The Loss of the Ancients

The Mythology of Mexico and Central America

299.792 Bierhor

Mexico- Tarascan

Tribe of the Deer

The Eagle and the Rainbow

398.2097 Madriga

Mexico- Tarascan Indians

Tribe of the Deer

The Eagle and the Rainbow

398.2097 Madriga

Mexico- Tzotzil Tribe

Sun and His Brothers

The Mythology of Mexico and Central America

299.792 Bierhor

Mexico- Yaqui

The Gift of the Toad

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Mexico- Yaqui Tribe

How the Sun Was Named

The Mythology of Mexico and Central America

299.792 Bierhor

Mexico- Zapatera

The Black Ship

Jade and Iron

398.2098 Jade An

Mexico- Zapotec

The Bridge of Many Colors

The Eagle on the Cactus, Traditional Stories from Mexico

398.2089 Vigil

Native Americans

Boy-Man

Tom Thumb

398.21 Tom Thu

Native Americans

The Story of Jumping Mouse

The Story of Jumping Mouse

398.2089 Steptoe

Native Americans-

Antelope Women

Antelope Women

J 398.2 Lacapa

Native Americans-

Boy-Man

Oryx Multicultural Folktale Series: Tom Thumb

398.21 Tom Thu

Native Americans-

Brave Quest

The Golden Hoard

398.2 McCaugh

Native Americans-

Cascade Mountains Block the Rain

Spirits of the Wind: The World’s Great Nature Myths

398.3 Ferguso

Native Americans-

Iroquois

Chipmunk and Bear

The Boy Who Lived With the Bears

398.2 Bruchac

Native Americans-

Coyote Fights a Lump Pitch

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Native Americans-

Navajo

Creation of First Man and First Woman

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans-

Deer Hunter and White Corn Maiden

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Native Americans-

First Snow

The Golden Hoard

398.2 McCaugh

Native Americans-

Glooscap and the Baby

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Native Americans-

Brule Sioux

How Grandfather Peyote Came to the Indian People

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans-

How Men and Woman Got Together

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Native Americans-

Blood-Piegan

How Men and women Got Together

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans-

How Mosquitoes Came to Be

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Native Americans-

Iroquois

How the Birds Got Their Feathers

The Boy Who Lived With the Bears

398.2 Bruchac

Native Americans-

Metis

Little-Man-With-Hair-All-Over

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans-

Love Flute

Love Flute

398.2 Goble

Native Americans-

Manabocho and his Toe

Best Loved Folktales of the World

398.2 Best Lo

Native Americans-

Old Man Coyote, the Young Man and Two Otter Sisters

Oryx Multicultural Folktale Series:  Beauties and Beasts

398.21 Beauties

Native Americans-

Iroquois

Rabbit and Fox

The Boy Who Lived With the Bears

398.2 Bruchac

Native Americans-

Iroquois

Rabbit’s Snow Dance

The Boy Who Lived With the Bears

398.2 Bruchac

Native Americans-

Cochiti

Salt Woman is Refused Food

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans-

Brule Sioux

Stone Boy

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans-

Iroquois

The Boy Who Lived With the Bears

The Boy Who Lived With the Bears

398.2 Bruchac

Native Americans-

The Desert Children

Best Loved Folktales of the World

398.2 Best Lo

Native Americans-

The End of the World

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Native Americans-

The Flying Head

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Native Americans-

The Girl Who Married a Ghost

Best Loved Folktales of the World

398.2 Best Lo

Native Americans-

The Lost Woman

Best Loved Folktales of the World

398.2 Best Lo

Native Americans-

Skidi Pawnee

The Mud Pony

The Mud Pony

398.2 Cohen

Native Americans-

White Mtn. Apache

The Origin of Curing Ceremonies

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans-

The Orphan Boy and the Elk Dog

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Native Americans-

Blackfoot

The Orphan Boy and the Elk Dog

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans-

Cheyenne

The Quill Work Girl and Her Seven Star Brothers

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans-

Blackfoot

The Sacred Weed

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans-

The Spirit wife

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Native Americans-

The Theft of Fire

Best Loved Folktales of the World

398.2 Best Lo

Native Americans-

Brule Sioux

The Vision Quest

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans-

Pima

The Well Baked Man

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans-

The Well-Baked Man

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Native Americans-

Brule Sioux

The White Buffalo Woman

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans-

Iroquois

Turtle Makes War on Man

The Boy Who Lived With the Bears

398.2 Bruchac

Native Americans-

Woman Chooses Death

Favorite Folktales From Around the World

398.2Favorit

Native Americans - Southwest

Kokopilau, the Humpbacked Flute Player

Native Americans- Stories

398.2 Bruchac

Native Americans - Southwest

The Hero Twins and the Swallower of Clouds

Native Americans- Stories

398.2 Bruchac

Native Americans - Squamish People

The Fate of Napoleon

Folktales and Fables of the Americas and the Pacific

398.2094 Folk Ta

Native Americans - Wasco Indians

Coyote Places the Stars

Coyote Places the Stars

398.2 Taylor

Native Americans- Acoma

Emerging Into the Upper World

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Alaskan Indian

The Raven Brings Light

Best Loved Folktales of the World

398.2 Best Lo

Native Americans- Aleut

A Fight For a Wife

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Algonquian

Adventures of Great Rabbit

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Algonquian

Glooscap Grants Three Wishes

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Algonquin

The Rough-Face Girl

The Rough-Face Girl

398.2089 Martin

Native Americans- Alsea

Coyote and the Two Frog Women

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Anishinaabe

Manabozho and the Woodpecker

Keepers of the Animals

398.2089 Caduto

Native Americans- Apache

A Ga-n Becomes Raven Old Man’s Son-in-Law

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Badger Carries Darkness

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Big Owl Chops Off His Penis

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Big Owl Hunts Rats

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Captured

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Coyote and Bear Cripple and Cure Each Other

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Coyote and Bobcat Trick Each Other

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Coyote Brings In Big Owl’s Cap

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Coyote Herds Sheep For White Man

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Coyote Hunts With Bobcat

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Coyote Kids His Children

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Coyote Races With Frog

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Coyote Reads the Letter As He Sits

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Coyote Steals Abert Squirrels Fire

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Coyote Steals Sun’s Tobacco

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Coyote Steals Wheat

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Coyote Trots Along

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Coyote’s Daughter (Becomes) His Wife

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Grasshopper Loses His Leg: How Gila Monster Got His Name

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

He Brings Back A Mountain

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

He Fell Down on Bear

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

He Goes To His Father: Slaying of Monsters

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

He Releases the Deer

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

He Who Became an Antelope

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Her Brother Becomes Her Husband

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

How Deer Horns Became Hard

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

How the Squash Plant was Obtained

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Lost With Turkey

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Magic Flight

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Obtaining Bow and Arrows

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Origin of Curing Ceremonies

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Roadrunner Youth Makes Mulberry Man

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

She Who Became a Deer

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Abandoned Children

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Berdache Coyote Story

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Boy and the Rattlesnake

Keepers of the Animals

398.2089 Caduto

Native Americans- Apache

The Earth Is Set Up/Variant

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Emergence

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Flood

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Ga-n Disappear for Tes-gots’uk

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Ga-n People Move Away

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Good and the Bad Brothers

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Jackrabbit Girl Tossed Their Eyes Up

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Magic Ring

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Maiden from Whom They Disappear into the Water: The Inside Elk’s Belly

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Man Who Became A Ga-n

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Man Who Pursued Mountain Sheep

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Old Woman and Baby Who Were Abandoned

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Talking Horse

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Two Thieves

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

The Winning of Don

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

They Kill Girls Asleep

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

To Hills and Line

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Turkey Makes the Corn, Coyote Plants Cooked Corn

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Turkey Teaches Farming

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Apache

Wolf and Mountain Lion Hunt Together

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

398.2089 Spence

Native Americans- Arctic Regions

Sedna the Woman Under the Sea

Native Americans- Stories

398.2 Bruchac

Native Americans- Athapascan

The Raven

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Blackfoot

Woman Chooses Death

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Blackfoot Tribe

Napi and the Buffalo-Stealer

Folktales and Fables of the Americas and the Pacific

398.2094 Folk Ta

Native Americans- Blackfoot Tribe

The Medicine Wolf

Folktales and Fables of the Americas and the Pacific

398.2094 Folk Ta

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

Coyote and Wasichu

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

Ghost Dance at Wounded Knee

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

Ghost Wife

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

How the Crow Came to be Black

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

How the Sioux Came to Be

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

Iktome and the Ignorant Girl

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

Iktome Has A Bad Dream

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

Iktome Sleeps With His Wife By Mistake

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

Little Mouse Counting Coup

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

Remaking the World

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

Sun Creation

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

Tatanka Iyotake’s Dancing Horse

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

The Coming of Wasichu

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

The Dogs Hold an Election

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

The Legend of the Flute

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

The Man Who Was Afraid of Nothing

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

The Snake Brothers

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

Two Bullets and Two Arrows

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

Two Ghostly Lovers

Native Americans- Myths and Legends

398.2 America

Native Americans- Brule Sioux

Uncegila’s Seventh Spot

Native Americans- Myths and Legends