Fire Race: A Karuk Coyote Tale of How Fire Came to the

Fire Race: A Karuk Coyote Tale of How Fire Came to the


Fire Race: A Karuk Coyote Tale of How Fire Came to the People [BOOKS] ✮ Fire Race: A Karuk Coyote Tale of How Fire Came to the People Author Jonathan London – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Inspired by a legend of the Karuk people, the story of how Coyote captures fire and how Eagle, Cougar, Fox, Bear and others work together to help is a dramatic tale of bravery and cooperation Inspired by a legend of the A Karuk PDF/EPUB å Karuk people, the story of Fire Race: ePUB ´ how Coyote captures fire and how Eagle, Cougar, Fox, Bear and others Race: A Karuk PDF Ì work together to help is a dramatic tale of bravery and cooperation.


10 thoughts on “Fire Race: A Karuk Coyote Tale of How Fire Came to the People

  1. Mir Mir says:

    This is a very positive version of the Coyote and Fire story, with all the animals except the mean Yellow Jacket sisters, obviously cooperating to steal fire and share it All the animals do their best, even when some are stung or burnt.I liked this better than the versions where someone does something stupid or selfish and messes things up for everyone Although maybe that srealistic


  2. Kaz Kaz says:

    Story Telling.This has been my favorite Coyote steals fire story because until the end it s a very solid chain of events It includes reasons for many animals involvement and is well illustrated It does, however, have a very abrupt ending that left me wantingto the story.


  3. Jessica Baker Jessica Baker says:

    Traditional Karuk myth, well told with good illustrations It is wonderful to see myths from my cultural traditions represented in print


  4. Danna Danna says:

    Beautifully illustrated pourquoi tale that captured the heart of my third graders during our Native American Literature unit.


  5. Kest Schwartzman Kest Schwartzman says:

    this is a nicely illustrated, respectfully retold story.


  6. Kris Kris says:

    Well told and illustrated, with good notes in the afterword It does end a bit abruptly, but from what I can tell, it seems true to the original story.


  7. Rosa Cline Rosa Cline says:

    This was a very nicely retelling of a folktale story of how the fire came to the animal people When the only one who had fire was the yellowjacket and every one else was cold and ate cold food Back years ago stories were told and retold for generations and Mr London collaborated with Karuk tribe and retold this story from them.


  8. Becky Becky says:

    I think the author should be Lanny Pinola This book was recommended by the librarian at the Native American special library that is part of Fort Lewis College Robert Delaney Research Library The librarian is a Navajo I enjoyed reading it with my daughter.


  9. Kath Kath says:

    Great storyThere are a few versions of how coyote steals fire and this was well very written and filled with great illustrations.


  10. Ruth Ellen Ruth Ellen says:

    This is a great book to explain how Fire came to the rest of the world It was inciteful and entertaining I liked it very much.


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10 thoughts on “Fire Race: A Karuk Coyote Tale of How Fire Came to the People

  1. Mir Mir says:

    This is a very positive version of the Coyote and Fire story, with all the animals except the mean Yellow Jacket sisters, obviously cooperating to steal fire and share it All the animals do their best, even when some are stung or burnt.I liked this better than the versions where someone does something stupid or selfish and messes things up for everyone Although maybe that srealistic

  2. Kaz Kaz says:

    Story Telling.This has been my favorite Coyote steals fire story because until the end it s a very solid chain of events It includes reasons for many animals involvement and is well illustrated It does, however, have a very abrupt ending that left me wantingto the story.

  3. Jessica Baker Jessica Baker says:

    Traditional Karuk myth, well told with good illustrations It is wonderful to see myths from my cultural traditions represented in print

  4. Danna Danna says:

    Beautifully illustrated pourquoi tale that captured the heart of my third graders during our Native American Literature unit.

  5. Kest Schwartzman Kest Schwartzman says:

    this is a nicely illustrated, respectfully retold story.

  6. Kris Kris says:

    Well told and illustrated, with good notes in the afterword It does end a bit abruptly, but from what I can tell, it seems true to the original story.

  7. Rosa Cline Rosa Cline says:

    This was a very nicely retelling of a folktale story of how the fire came to the animal people When the only one who had fire was the yellowjacket and every one else was cold and ate cold food Back years ago stories were told and retold for generations and Mr London collaborated with Karuk tribe and retold this story from them.

  8. Becky Becky says:

    I think the author should be Lanny Pinola This book was recommended by the librarian at the Native American special library that is part of Fort Lewis College Robert Delaney Research Library The librarian is a Navajo I enjoyed reading it with my daughter.

  9. Kath Kath says:

    Great storyThere are a few versions of how coyote steals fire and this was well very written and filled with great illustrations.

  10. Ruth Ellen Ruth Ellen says:

    This is a great book to explain how Fire came to the rest of the world It was inciteful and entertaining I liked it very much.

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