Ojibwe Tales: Stories of the Ojibwe People

Ojibwe Tales: Stories of the Ojibwe People

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Ojibwe Tales: Stories of the Ojibwe People

 

The Ojibwe are storytellers. Stories and legends are the way that knowledge is passed down to children. There are three types of Ojibwe stories: creation and migration stories; stories told for amusement and life lessons told through stories of Nanabozho. This is a book of life lessons. 

 

In the Ojibwe tradition of story telling, these stories are to be told only in the winter, after the first snowfall. 

 

Author: Art Przybill and Randy Councillor

Format: Paperback, 45 pages

Published by: Lake States Interpretive Association, 2004

SKU: 42
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