5 edition of Wesakejack and the flood found in the catalog.
Wesakejack and the flood
Text in English and Cree.
|Statement||as told by Bill Ballantyne ; illustrated by Linda Mullin.|
|Contributions||Mullin, Linda, 1943- ill.|
|LC Classifications||E99.C88 B36 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||96126268|
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The longer Wesakejack traveled, the worse it became. Wesakejack saw that the animals were killing each other as well without any reason. The birds were fighting and harming one another. All beings were disrespectful to life. The Creator saw all that was happening and decided to cleanse the earth with a flood. It started to rain. It rained for. Wesakejack and the flood by as told by Bill Ballantyne ; illustrated by Linda Mullin. Honouring the buffalo: a Plains Cree legend. Bilingual. In cataloguing. Much of this is religious material, translations of the bible, hymn books, etc. There are also grammars, vocabularies, or other language learning material, and travel narratives. To.
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Both books are nicely made, well written, and attractive. Janet McNaughton (Books in Canada) -- Books in CanadaAuthor: Bill Ballantyne. Wesakejack and the Flood (Cree) Hardcover – Jan. 1 by Bill Ballantyne (Author), Linda Mullin (Illustrator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Wesakejack and the flood / as told by Bill Ballantyne ; illustrated by Linda Mullin. imprint. Winnipeg: Blizzard Publishing, isbn. general note.
Text in English and Cree. local note. OISE/UT CLC lacks cassette. catalogue key. A Look Inside. Reviews. This item was reviewed in: Books in Canada, September Wesakejack sees the fighting and unhappiness of his people and does something about it a -- flood, which teaches a drastic lesson.
After the flood comes, Beaver, Otter, and Muskrat join Wesakejack on his log (showing the native respect and admiration for animals). The second book collection of wonderful tales from "Tell Me a Story" is available for $, plus $2 for postage and handling.
Send your orders to "The Spectacular Gift," in care of Andrews McMeel Publishing, P.O. BoxKansas City, Mo. ; or call () Be sure to indicate your newspaper's name on your order. Bill Ballantyne has written: 'Wesakejack and the flood' -- subject(s): Folklore, Cree Indians, Indians of North America, Cree mythology, Creation.
Wesakejack and the Flood is a classic flood story; because man and animals are fighting and killing without cause, the Creator floods the earth.
Wesakejack gets on a log with muskrat, otter, and beaver. Finally, the rain stops. With great difficulty, little muskrat manages to bring a small amount of soil up from beneath the flood waters.
The Beginning of the Cree World: Wisagatcak and the Flood: Myths about Wisakedjak rebuilding the flooded earth. Wesukechak and the Weasel: Cree legend about a trick Weasel played on Wisakedjak. Weesakaychak and the Ducks: Cree legends about Wisakedjak playing tricks and being tricked in return.
Why The Mouse Is So Silky: Swampy Cree legend. Ballantyne, Bill Wesakejack and the flood $ Boegehold, Betty D. Horse Called Starfire, A $ Bruchac, Joseph and James Turtle's Race with Beaver $ After the flood comes, Beaver, Otter, and Muskrat join Wesakejack on his log (showing the native respect and admiration for animals).
When Wesakejack tells them they need a piece of earth the get the land back, Muskrat wants to try. Otter and Beaver laugh at the little animal and insist on doing the looking themselves, but both fail. With books and pictures to guide them, they will create wonderful things.
These o Wesakejack and the flood (Balantyne, ) o Brother Eagle, Sister Sky (Seattle, ) Iroquois families were Canada’s first farmers. (Hadubiak, ). Bill Ballantyne is the author of The Al Cornell Story ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 1 review), Bat Masterson's last regular job ( avg rating, 2 rating /5(1).
With books and pictures to guide them, they will create wonderful things. These thoughts are not meant to be teacher led and could take an unexpected turn at any time.
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Wesakejack and the Flood. Illustrated by Linda Mullin. Winnipeg: Bain & Cox, Publishers, 32 p. ISBN Ages Barber-Starkey, Joe. Jason's New Dugout Canoe. Wesakejack and the Flood, Bill Ballantyne, Bain & Cox, Winnipeg, Where the Chill Came From: Cree Windigo Tales and Journeys, gathered and translated by Howard Norman, North Point Press, San Francisco, (Swampy Cree tales).
Many stories have been published as bilingual books as well, with the story written in both English and an Indigenous language: Muin and the Seven Bird Hunters: A Mi’kmaw Night Sky Story (Mi’kmaq), Wesakejack and the Flood (Cree), We-Gyet Wanders On: Legends of the Northwest (Gitksan), How Fox Saved the People (Dogrib), How the Birds Got.Wisakedjak (Wìsakedjàk in Algonquin, Wīsahkēcāhk(w) in Cree and Wiisagejaak in Oji-cree) is the Crane Manitou found in northern Algonquian and Dene storytelling, similar to the trickster Nanabozho in Ojibwa aadizookaanan (sacred stories) and Inktonme in Assiniboine lore.
He is generally portrayed as being responsible for a great flood which destroyed the world.Wesakejack and the Flood. Bill Ballantyne. Published by Blizzard Publishing, Incorporated. ISBN ISBN 13 Condition: Used; Good.
Dispatched, from the UK, within 48 hours of ordering. This book is in good condition but will show signs of previous ownership. Please expect some creasing to the spine and/or minor damage to the.