61 Results
61 Results
Nanabosho and the woodpecker —McLellan, Joseph.
Book
1995
32 available of 34 items

Canadian ghost stories —Smith, Barbara, 1947 April 19-
Book
2001
21 available of 21 items

Wesakejack and the bears —Ballantyne, Bill.
Book
1994
26 available of 27 items

Ghostly campfire stories of Western Canada —Gua Gua La, 1947- author.
Book
2018
16 available of 16 items

A collection of ghost stories based on local folklore from Western Canada.

Tales from the wigwam.
Book
1989
10 available of 10 items

Nanabosho dances —McLellan, Joseph.
Book
1991
38 available of 39 items

The flying canoe —Carrier, Roch.
Book
2004
13 available of 15 items

It is New Year's Eve, and eleven-year-old Baptiste is living and working in a remote logging camp in Canada. As midnight approaches, the homesick lumberjacks come up with a plan to get them home before the New Year.

Wisahkecahk flies to the moon —Ahenakew, Freda, 1932-2011, author.
Book
1999
50 available of 54 items

"Wisahkecahk rides to the moon hanging on to the legs of crane. When the moon disappears, he falls to the muddy earth, landing in wastelands or 'muskegs'. Written in English and Cree.

Inuit legends. [Vol. 1]
Book On CD
2002
2 available of 2 items

Nanabosho and the cranberries —McLellan, Joseph.
Book
1998
27 available of 29 items

Nanabosho steals fire —McLellan, Joseph.
Book
1990
29 available of 29 items

Windigo : an anthology of fact and fantastic fiction
Book
1982
12 available of 13 items

Stories of the road allowance people
Book
1994
35 available of 39 items

Stories of the road allowance people are old men's stories, translated by Maria Campbell and given to you in the dialect and rhythm of her village and her father's generation. In the Mťis oral tradition, these stories m...

The birth of Nanabosho —McLellan, Joseph.
Book
2009
32 available of 32 items

Two children visit their grandparents to hear legends and stories and Grandfather tells them of the birth of Nanabosho, the Ojibwa trickster and protector.

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