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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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(A Caldecott Medal Winner).
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Hau Kola

By Paul Goble

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The author describes his childhood in England, his lifelong interest in American Indians, his family and home in the United States, and his work routine
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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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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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This commemorative edition contains for the first time Seton's drawings of American Indian motifs, a selection of photographs illustrating his life, information about his role as founder of the Boys Scouts of America.
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In this beautifully illustrated book by award-winning author Paul Goble, readers will discover the fascinating story of how horses first appeared to the tribes of the American Plains. This final collection of "stories from the Tipi," features 23 traditional stories from the Blackfoot, Lakota, Assiniboin, Pawnee and Cheyenne nations, and a foreword by Lauren "Candy" Waukau-Villagomez, an educator and author of works on the oral traditions and storytelling of the North American tribes.
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A mysterious woman returns the buffalo to the Indian people, in a story based on a Lakota myth.
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Presents a collection of traditional stories told by the the Indians of the Great Plains of North America throughout their history.
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