Quillworker (Native American Legends & Lore)

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Quillworker (Native American Legends & Lore)

Book title: Quillworker (Native American Legends & Lore)

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Author: Cohlene

Book Description:
This enchanting myth of a young Cheyenne woman, famous for her porcupine-quill embroidery, explains how the stars were born.

The Legends of the World opens readers’ minds to the diverse cultures of Native America, Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, Eastern Europe, and the Americas through enchanting tales passed down through countless generations. Each book in the series features geographical, historical, and cultural information. Illustrated in full color.

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