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How the world was made : a Cherokee creation myth / adapted by Anita Yasuda ; illustrated by Mark Pennington.

Author/creator Yasuda, Anita author.
Other author/creatorPennington, Mark, 1959- illustrator.
Format Book and Print
Publication InfoMinneapolis, MN : Magic Wagon, ©2013.
Description32 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm.
Subject(s)
Series Short tales. Native American myths
Short tales. Native American myths. ^A1354660
Abstract "Cherokee myths and legends were an important way for customs, beliefs, and histories to be passed down orally through the generations. These myths often explain natural events. In this creation myth, the creation of Earth by the animals and insects is told. The Cherokee nature myth is retold in this illustrated Native American myth."--Publisher description.
Audience 550 Lexile
LCCN 2012004692
ISBN9781616418816
ISBN1616418818
Stock number1347217 QBI

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