Dehuff. Taytay's Tales: Traditional Pueblo Indian Tales

Today's free book is Taytay's Tales: Traditional Pueblo Indian Tales collected and retold by Elizabeth Willis Dehuff with illustrations by Fred Kabotie and Otis Polelonema. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Internet Archive, Hathi Trust, and Google Books. There is also a nice presentation at the University of Pennsylvania's Celebration of Women Writers.


THE COYOTE AND THE FOX
JUANITA, MARIANITA, THE CAT AND THE BEAR
THE OLD LADY FOX AND THE OLD HEN
THE COYOTE AND THE TURTLE
THE FOX AND THE TURKEY
THE ENVIOUS COYOTE
MR. "GET-EVEN" COYOTE
BUNNY COTTONTAIL AND THE CRANE
THE MAN-EATER
THE FOX THAT FLEW
A WAR BETWEEN THE BIRDS AND THE ANIMALS
THE FOX AND THE LIZARD
THE ROBIN AND THE BEAR
WHITE CORN AND HER SONS FIRE
THE PINE-GUM BABY
THE FOX AND THE INDIANS
THE COYOTE AND THE BLACKBIRDS
PAH-TAY AND THE WIND-WITCH
MR. COYOTE AND TWO PRETTY GIRLS
DEH-A
THE CONCEITED ANT
THE FOX AND THE SKUNK
TEN LITTLE PRAIRIE DOGS
THE BEE AND THE FOX
THE FOX AND THE MICE
DY-YOH-WI AND HIS EAGLE
THE THIEVING FOXES
BUNNY RABBIT AND THE KING OF BEASTS
THE LITTLE INDIAN BOY WHO WAS CHANGED INTO AN OWL
THE FOX AND THE SHEEP
WHITE CORN AND THE GRASSHOPPERS
POH-VE AND PAH-DAY
THUN-TSAY AND COHN-NAH
THE MEADOW LARK AND THE FOX
THE FATE OF THE BOY WITCH
JUAN HALF-BEAR
THE MAN FROM THE NORTH, THE GIRL AND THE TURTLE
THE DEER AND THE COYOTE
THE BOY AND THE PIG
THE FOX AND THE CROWS
THE RABBIT AND THE CROW
THE FATE OF THE WITCH WIFE
GREEN CORN, YELLOW CORN AND THE DANCING FOX
A LITTLE CINDERELLA
THE BOY, THE COYOTE AND THE MAGIC ROCK
THE BAD LITTLE GIRL OF ACOMA

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