Raven Stole the Moon

Raven Stole the Moon

Author: Garth Stein

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0061969516

Category: Fiction

Page: 464

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“Deeply moving, superbly crafted, and highly unconventional.” —Washington Times Raven Stole the Moon is the stunning first novel from Garth Stein, author of the phenomenal New York Times bestseller The Art of Racing in the Rain.

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How Raven Stole the Sun

How Raven Stole the Sun

Author: Maria Williams

Publisher: Abbeville Kids

ISBN: 0789201631

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 29

View: 370

Retells the Tlingit story of how Raven transformed himself and stole the sun, moon, and stars from the Chief of the people, and what happened to him as a result.

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Raven Stole the Moon

Raven Stole the Moon

Author: Garth Stein

Publisher: Harper

ISBN: 0061886491

Category: Fiction

Page: 480

View: 992

Jenna Rosen abandons her comfortable Seattle life to revisit the remote Alaskan town where her young son, Bobby, disappeared two years before.

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Anthropological Series

Anthropological Series

Author: National Museum of Canada

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015017500383

Category: Anthropology

Page:

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The figure at the top holding on to the Raven's skil is the carver's main crest, the
Grizzly (Plate 139). The leading episode in this early Genesis is the one showing
how the Raven stole the Sun or the Moon and cast it into the sky where it has ...

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Living Sideways

Living Sideways

Author: Franchot Ballinger

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 0806137967

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 212

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In this role Trickster represents not the creation of social reality but the comic
cautionary social image of potentially dangerous human behavior . Raven Steals
the Moon Raven ... traveled northward . After he had traveled for a while he came
to ...

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Second Heart

Second Heart

Author: Zaide Bishop

Publisher: Carina Press

ISBN: 9781488032813

Category: Fiction

Page:

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Tare's preference was clear. “Sisters and brothers.” India raised her voice
enough that everyone would hear, but not so loud she would wake those who
were sleeping. “If you come close, I will tell you how the raven stole the moon.”
Storytelling ...

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The World is as Sharp as a Knife

The World is as Sharp as a Knife

Author: Donald N. Abbott

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89058384728

Category: British Columbia

Page: 343

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In addition , one Raven family , the R16 , used the new moon “ . . . as a house
door . ... 1 : 352 ) state that the figure of Raven holding the crescent relates to the
Raven cycle myth , specifically when Raven stole the moon and flew up through
the ...

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Alaska's Southeast

Alaska's Southeast

Author: Mike Miller

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 0762752017

Category: Travel

Page: 304

View: 455

“How Raven Stole the Stars, the Moon, and the Sun” All of the light in the world
was kept by a man (Nass Raven) who lived at the head of the Nass River. He
kept the light hidden in various boxes and bundles inside his house and guarded
 ...

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The Native American in Long Fiction

The Native American in Long Fiction

Author: Joan Beam

Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105111917634

Category: Social Science

Page: 304

View: 672

... 46 The Roads of My Relations , 214 Quest for the White Bull , 55 Rachel
LeMoyne , 44 The Rain from God , 4 Rainsinger , 352 The Ransom , 5 Raven
Mocker , 54 Raven Shadow , 24 Raven Stole the Moon , 306 Raven Wing , 152
Raven ' s ...

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A Broken Flute

A Broken Flute

Author: Doris Seale

Publisher: Rowman Altamira

ISBN: 0759107793

Category: Education

Page: 463

View: 648

Seagull rather than Raven steals the sun, and Raven with the help of Sea Urchin
steals it back. ... Mink and the Raccoon Family," "Deer, Raven and the Red Snow,
" and "Journey to the Moon" — that feature introspection and peer teaching.

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