Language. While this book is not intended for very young readers (as the Tejas Legends are), it is a book written for a young audience in a literary style, covering in prose many of the same stories conveyed in the verse of Longfellow's Hiawatha.
Story Length. These are medium-length stories, mostly two or three pages in length, with one story that is four pages long.
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: American Indian Fairy Tales. Click "Older Posts" at the bottom of that page to see the second page.
- Iagoo, the Story-Teller
- Shin-ge-bis Fools the North Wind
- Shin-ge-bis Fools the North Wind (cont.)
- The Little Boy and Girl in the Clouds
- The Little Boy and Girl in the Clouds (cont.)
- The Child of the Evening Star
- The Child of the Evening Star (cont.)
- The Child of the Evening Star (cont. again)
- The Child of the Evening Star (end)
- The Boy who Snared the Sun
- The Boy who Snared the Sun (cont.)
- The Boy who Snared the Sun (end)
- How the Summer Came
- How the Summer Came (cont.)
- How the Summer Came (end)
- The Fairy Bride
- The Fairy Bride (cont.)