How Turtle’s Back Was Cracked: A Traditional Cherokee Tale

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How Turtle’s Back Was Cracked:
A Traditional Cherokee Tale

Author: Gayle Ross

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Book description:
Long ago when all the creatures still spoke the same language, Turtle’s back was smooth and shiny. Then one day a wolf tried to steal persimmons from Turtle and his best friend, Possum. It was Possum who fixed the thief but Turtle convinced himself that he was the mighty hunter who had slain the greedy wolf–and his boastful ways soon lead to trouble. Full color.

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