Colors of a Sunset: An Algonquin Nature Myth: An Algonquin Nature Myth (Short Tales Native American Myths) (Library Binding)
The Algonquin people often told stories that taught the listener lessons on human behavior. In this nature myth, the sunrise and sunset is honored in the tale of chief's son who cried for the colors of the sunset. This tale also provide the explanation of how tadpoles came to be. The Algonquin nature myth is retold in this brilliantly illustrated Native American Myth. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Short Tales is an imprint of Magic Wagon, a division of ABDO.