Published on December 17, 2010 by John
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Winter-Telling Stories is a collection of Kiowa tales written by Alice Marriott and illustrated by Roland Whitehorse.
Marriott relates a number of stories told her by George Hunt. The stories all relate to Saynday, the main character in the book, and his involvement with natural events on the southern plains. The title comes from Hunt’s admonition to “always tell my stories in the winter, when the outdoors work is finished.”
Who Saynday Is and What He Did
The Saynday-Does-Good Stories
How Saynday Got the Sun
How Saynday Brought the Buffalo
How the White Crow Turned Black
Why the Deer have Short Teeth
Why the Ant Is Almost Cut in Two
The Saynday-Makes-Trouble Stories
How Saynday Got Caught in a Buffalo Skull
How Saynday Ran a Foot Race with Coyote
How Saynday Got Caught in a Tree
How the Bobcat Got His Spots
How Saynday Tried to Marry the Whirlwind
Indian Saynday and White Man Saynday
The End of Saynday
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1947.
New York: W. Sloane Associates, 1947.
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1969.