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Beaver Steals Fire by Johnny Arlene

Beaver Steals Fire

by Johnny Arlene

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Summary: The animals are trying to steal fire from Curlew who lives in the sky. They work together to get to his camp and bring fire to the world. This is the Salish story of how the Creator had the animals give humans fire.
Critique of genre: Salish folktale; This story is a folktale because the storyline is basic and tells how those people explained how humans got fire. There is no details about the characters, just the cations they did.
Age: primary, intermediate, middle, possibly high school for part of a history lesson
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