By Frances Jenkins Olcott, Frederick Richardson
“The crimson Indian Fairy booklet” was once initially released in 1917. This variation comprises all sixty-four of the unique tales and all seventeen of the unique illustrations and the unique colour plate (used at the cover). Of specific curiosity to storyteller
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They were beautiful to see! But they made such delicious eating, that the Rabbits and other creatures who loved grass and herbs, nibbled the pink petals and green leaves, and sometimes ate up the bushes. By and by there were only a few Rose-Bushes left in the whole world. Well, the Rose-Bushes that were left met together to see what they could do about it, and they decided to go and find Nanahboozhoo, and ask him for help. Now this Nanahboozhoo was a strange fellow. He had magic power and could make himself as tall as a tree or as small as a Turtle.
Called she. "I cannot follow you now. " asked the bird. "I have done no good," answered the woman sadly. "I have had no time for that. " "Kind woman," said the Firebird, "you do your duty, so you are doing good. " The woman hastened joyfully to fetch some wood, and when she laid it on the Firebird's tail, the flames blazed up. Then all the other women of the tribe brought wood and got fire from her, and ever after they were able to cook their meat and warm themselves. As for the Firebird, it flew away and they never saw it again.
To Wabun he gave the East Wind; to the rollicking Kabibonokka he gave the Northwest Wind. But he made the lazy Shawondasee ruler of the South Wind and of the Southland. And very sad was Shawondasee to leave the cool and pleasant Northland, and, sorrowing, he set out on his way. "Farewell, Brother," roared the Northwest Wind Kabibonokka. " But the lazy Shawondasee gave no answer, and slowly making his way to the Southland, built his lodge of branches. There in the flowery tangle of the forest, he sat sleepy and lazy in his lodge.
The Red Indian Fairy Book by Frances Jenkins Olcott, Frederick Richardson