Nanabosho and friends : stories
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|Warroad Public Library||BOOK-ON-CD 398 MCL (Text)||35500005597941||Main||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 1 audio disc ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [Winnipeg, Man.] : Joe and Matrine McLellan, 
- Copyright: ©2006
|General Note:||Title from disc label.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||Heartbeat drumbeat (3:52) -- Nanabosho and the porcupine (6:40) -- Dragons live forever (5:24) -- Nanabosho and the woodpecker (5:52) -- Butt buttocks (11:58) -- Goose girl (16:48) -- How turtle got its shell (3:22) -- Woodpecker jam (1:11).|
|Participant or Performer Note:||Narrated by Joe McLellan; music on tracks "Goose girl" and "Woodpecker Jam" performed by Sierra Noble, fiddle, and Ron Smith, guitar.|
|Summary, etc.:||"Nanabosho is the teacher and protector of the Anishinabe people. He was sent by Creator to help the Anishinabe people. He discovered that people are not easily helped and he resorts to all kinds of tricks and antics to teach people how to behave and how to survive. The stories of his exploits have been passed down orally for thousands of years by the Anishinabe. Sometimes Nanabosho changes into other forms, such as a rabbit, an owl, a tree or a rock to help make a point. Sometimes he puts himself into humorous situations to make a point. No matter what he does, he is always teaching."--Insert.|
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