Gateway to the Classics: The Book of Nature Myths by Florence Holbrook
 
The Book of Nature Myths by  Florence Holbrook

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The Children in the Moon
The Face of the Manito
How Fire Was Brought to the Indians
How Flax Was Given to Men
How Summer Came to the Earth
How the Blossoms Came to the Heather
How the Quail Became a Snipe
How the Raven Helped Man
The Lantern and the Fan
The Story of the Bees and the Flies
The Story of the Earth and the Sky
The Story of the First Ants
The Story of the First Butterflies
The Story of the First Diamonds
The Story of the First Emeralds
The Story of the First Frog
The Story of the First Grasshopper
The Story of the First Humming-bird
The Story of the First Mocking-Bird
The Story of the First Moles
The Story of the First Pearls
The Story of the First Snowdrops
The Story of the First Whitefish
The Story of the First Woodpecker
The Story of the Oriole
The Story of the Picture on the Vase
The Twin Stars
Was It the First Turtle?
Why All Men Love the Moon
Why There Is a Hare in the Moon
Why There Is a Man in the Moon
Why the Aspen Leaves Tremble
Why the Bear Has a Short Tail
Why the Cat Always Falls upon Her Feet
Why the Crocodile Has a Wide Mouth
Why the Dove Is Timid
Why the Evergreen Trees Never Lose Their Leaves
Why the Face of the Moon Is White
Why the Hoofs of the Deer Are Split
Why the Juniper Has Berries
Why the Magpie's Nest Is Not Well Built
Why the Parrot Repeats the Words of Men
Why the Peacock's Tail Has a Hundred Eyes
Why the Peetweet Cries for Rain
Why the Rabbit Is Timid
Why the Raven's Feathers Are Black
Why the Sea Is Salt
Why the Serpent Sheds His Skin
Why the Swallow's Tail Is Forked
Why the Tail of the Fox Has a White Tip
Why the Water in Rivers Is Never Still
Why the White Hares Have Black Ears
Why the Woodpecker's Head Is Red
Why the Wren Flies Close to the Earth

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