And It is Still That Way
Legends Told by Arizona Indian Children
On a journey through Arizona, Byrd Baylor camped in her favorite places and went to dances and ceremonials along the way ... and talked to children in reservation schools.
Byrd asked children -- Navajo, Hopi, Tohono O'odham, Pima, Apache, Quechan, Cocopah -- to choose a story told to them by someone in their own tribe. It should be their favorite story, maybe the best story in the world. That story would be their gift to other tribes, to other children. It would be sharing some of the oldest magic of the Indian world.
86 pp — ©1998