TALES OF WONDER I and II

TALES OF WONDER I and II (as seen on PBS) showcases 18 Native American stories for children, as told in the Native American tradition by acclaimed Cherokee storyteller and linguist Gregg Howard. "Tales of Wonder" has been used in a curriculum unit developed by the Stanford University Program on International and Cross-cultural Education.

Accompanied by flute players and sketch artists, Howard recounts legends important to native culture and identity, including "Why Rabbit Has a Short Tail," "Little Turtle and How His Shell Got Cracked," "Hawk & Hunter," "Dream Catcher," "Sky People," and many more.

AWARDS, FILM FESTIVALS AND RECOGNITION
Video of the Year, Parenting Magazine
Telly Award
Parent's Guide to Children's Media Award
National Parenting Publications Award
Pegasus Award
Best in Children’s Programming, Children’s Media Guide
The Communicator Award

THE STORIES IN TALES OF WONDER I
Rabbit & the Bear
Why Rabbit has a Short Tail - Listen
Why Possum's Tail is Bare
The Ruby Necklace
Plieades and the Pine Tree
Why Little Grey Bat Flies at Night
Little Turtle and How His Shell Got Cracked
The Origin of Fire
How Deer Got the Antlers Instead of Rabbit

THE STORIES IN TALES OF WONDER II
Flying Squirrel
Hawk & Hunter
Strawberries
Daughter of the Sun
Sky People
Democracy
Dream Catcher
The Ball Game
Origin of Bluebonnets

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