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Joe Medicine Crow, Foreword. 'All Our Relatives' is an often-repeated refrain in Lakota ceremonies and prayers: mitakuye oyasin, meaning 'all my relative' or 'we are all related.' It is an acknowledgment, central to the cultures of Native American people, that we and all things share in Creation: people, birds, animals, plants, trees, rocks, rivers.
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Beyond the Ridge

By Paul Goble

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An exquisite blending of folklore, full-color artwork, and the prayers and traditions of the Plains Indians chronicles the spiritual journey of an old woman from death to a reunion with friends and loved ones who had died before. Reprint.
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Buffalo Woman

By Paul Goble

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A young hunter marries a female buffalo in the form of a beautiful maiden, but when his people reject her he must pass several tests before being allowed to join the buffalo nation.
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In an act of bravery and defiance against the white men encroaching on their territory in 1867, a group of young Cheyenne braves derail and raid a freight train
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(A Caldecott Medal Winner).
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Her Seven Brothers

By Paul Goble

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A retelling of the Cheyenne legend chronicles how a young Indian girl and her seven brothers escaped into the sky to become the stars in the Big Dipper
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Love Flute

By Paul Goble

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A gift to a shy young man from the birds and animals helps him to express his love to a beautiful girl
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Mystic Horse

By Paul Goble

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After caring for an old abandoned horse, a poor young Pawnee boy is rewarded by the horse's mystic powers.
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Star Boy

By Paul Goble

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A collection of short stories told in the traditional style of the Native American peoples.
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The Earth Made New

By Paul Goble

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Collects Plains Indian Creation stories celebrating a new Earth after the flood and the making of the buffaloes, mountains, plants, colorful horses, and Thunderbirds.
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As the Indians of the American plains grapple with impending starvation, a young boy prays to the Great Spirit and is given a "sacred dog"--a horse--as a gift
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For ages 5-8. Winner of the Caldecott Medal. Though she is fond of her people, a girl prefers to live among the wild horses where she is truly happy and free.
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A Lakota Indian legend in which the White Buffalo Woman presents her people with the Sacred Calf Pipe which gives them the means to pray to the Great Spirit.
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