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The Dancing Fox

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From perilous Arctic journeys to strange giants in frozen snowfields, this collection of stories reveals fresh insights into universal themes, in language faithful to the oral tradition. Illustrations by a contemporary Inuit artist round out this impeccably researched volume.
Hardcover, 142 pages
Published May 20th 1997 by HarperCollins
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Sarah B
Mar 01, 2010 Sarah B rated it really liked it
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I like the book because it had a lot of diffrent stories in it. I like how it told about a lot of animals in it. Most of the stories mostly kind of the same thing. I would recomanded it to people who get board with one story
Wicked husbands and stepmothers bite the dust. Spirits solve problems. Trickster tales. A good introduction to Inuit folk tales for kids about ten years and up.
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