How the Beaver Got His Tail by P. Johnson
Short illustrated tale based on a Native American folktale retold by Pandora Johnson.
How the Beaver Got His Tail
How the Beaver Got His Tail is an Ojibwe legend of how the Beaver gained the broad, flat tail. It also acts as a cautionary tale; young children and adults alike should remember that being too proud and boastful can have unforeseen consequences.
Pandora Johnson has illustrated the tale in bold and modern way for this fantastic retelling of an old story.
Suitable for children (recommended for ages 7+).
- 16 pages
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