Fireside Tales by Micky Sickles
More Lessons From the Animal People

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Winner of an American Library Association Notable Children's Recording in 2001. Fireside Tales, a collection of seven stories by award-winning storyteller Dovie Thomason Sickles, features six Iroquois social songs by her husband, Micky Sickles. The tape is a collection of stories for people of all nations and races. Traditionally, these stories would be told by an older relative, in the cold season, to teach the history, memories, culture, and values of the People to the next generation, while simultaneously reminding the older generation of the proper way to live in harmony with the Earth and all who share it.

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Published May 1, 2001 by Yellow Moon Pr.
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Award-winning Native American storyteller Sickles effectively stammers, snorts and clicks as she portrays the various animal characters in these seven appealing fables.

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