Nine Micmac Legends

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Nine Micmac Legends

Author: Alden Nowlan

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Illustrator: Shirley Bean

Book description:
This is a retelling of some of the best-known Mi’kmaq legends, including the Star Brides, the Invisible Boy, and the Snow Vampire. Alden Nowlan’s artful storytelling is accompanied by stunning line drawings by renowned First Nation artist Shirley Bear. First published in 1983, this book continues to be a cherished classic.

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