Language. These stories are told in a very charming and simple style, specifically intended for a young audience. If you are interested in children's literature and learning how to tell stories for children, this is a good option to choose!
Story Length. These are all single-page stories.
Navigation. You will find the table of contents below, and you can also use this link to see the story posts displayed on two pages total: Tejas Legends. Click "Older Posts" at the bottom of that page to see the second page.
- When the Storm God Rides
- How the North Wind Lost His Hair
- The Plant That Grows in Trees
- Why the Woodpecker Pecks
- The Woodpecker's Stumpy Tail
- Old Woolly Bird's Sacrifice
- A Tribe That Left Its Shoes
- The Cloud That Was Lost
- The Swift Blue One
- Grandmother River's Trick
- Why Hummingbirds Drink Only Dew
- The Maiden Who Loved a Star
- Old Quanah's Gift
- How Sickness Entered the World
- Why the Irises Hold Hands
- The Pecan Tree's Best Friend
- When the Rainbow Was Torn
- Paisano, Hater of the Rattlesnake
- Maidens Who Broke a Drought
- The Cottonwood Remembers
- Why the Dog's Ears Flop