The Rainbow Crow (pb)

The Rainbow Crow (pb)

Book - 1989
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Random House, Inc.
Illus. in full color. This story of how the Rainbow Crow lost his sweet voice and brilliant colors by bringing the gift of fire to the other woodland animals is "a Native American legend that will be a fine read-aloud because of the smooth text and songs with repetitive chants. The illustrations, done in a primitive style, create a true sense of the Pennsylvania Lenape Indians and their winters."--School Library Journal.  

Baker & Taylor
When the weather changes and the ever-falling snow threatens to engulf all the animals, it is Crow who flies up to receive the gift of fire from the Great Sky Spirit.

& Taylor

A Native American legend from the Lenape recalls the glory days of the black crow when the bird had brilliant plumage and a sweet voice--both of which are ruined by its acquisition of fire

Publisher: Knopf, Inc., 1989
ISBN: 9780679819424
Characteristics: [36] p. ; col. ill.; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Vidal, Beatriz


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