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Raven and Water Monster (Sign Language Literature Series)

by S. Harold Collins

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Sign language literature series presents stories from different cultures> Pacific Northwest native people from Alaska, British Columbia, Washington,a and Oregon have their own variations of raven stories. In their stories, raven is often a force who changes or creates order, land forms, natural phenomena, habits, and customs. he is a hero, a trickster, a fool deceiver. Raven and water monster is adapted from a Haida story. it serves to explain how raven gained his beautiful black color and how he brought water to the earth. The story is presented in simple language. Full illustrations, and complemented with illustrated sign.… (more)

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