Gluskabe and the Four Wishes

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Gluskabe and the Four Wishes

Author: Joseph Bruchac

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A retelling of a Native American folktale, enhanced by colorful pastel illustrations, chronicles the adventures of four Abenaki men who journey to Gluskabe, helper of the Great Spirit, to have their wishes granted.

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