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Tomie dePaola's Big Book of Favorite Legends

by Tomie DePaola

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Tomie dePaola retells four native American folktales, adding his wonderful artistic style with the illustrations. “The Legend of the Bluebonnet, An Old Tale of Texas," tells the story of "She-Who-Is-Alone" and how she gives up her most prized possession to help her people.

A great book for folktale units, Native American history, and good old morality lessons. I love doing this as a read-aloud. ( )
  JusticeEvans | Mar 18, 2012 |
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Four favorite legends from retold and illustrated by Tomie DePaola, covering folktales from Texas to Italy.

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