The chichi hoohoo bogeyman / Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve ; with a new introduction by the author ; drawings by Nadema Agard.
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- ISBN: 9780803217454
- ISBN: 0803217455
- Physical Description: 63 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Edition: New ed.
- Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©2008.
MN American Indian literature.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Mesa warning -- Chichi hoohoo bogeyman -- Canoe -- Nightmare -- Apology.
While visiting their Sioux grandparents, three young cousins are convinced they've found the real bogeyman.
Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve is a well-known Lakota writer and a recipient of the 2000 National Humanities Medal. She is the author of Lana&;s Lakota Moons (Nebraska 2007), Grandpa Was a Cowboy and an Indian and Other Stories (available in a Bison Books edition), and many other children&;s books. Her memoir Completing the Circle (Nebraska 1995) won the North American Indian Prose Award.
Nadema Agard is a Lakota-Cherokee-Powhatan artist, curator, educator, museum professional, and consultant in repatriation and multicultural&;Native American arts and cultures as well as the director of Red Earth Studio Consulting and Productions.
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