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Paul Goble Gallery

release date: Jan 01, 1999
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Paul Goble Gallery
A breathtaking collection of three complete classics--Her Seven Brothers, The Gift of the Sacred Dog, and The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses--displays the author's brilliant artwork and his passion for the Native American Landscape and rich storytelling tradition.

Horse Raid

release date: Jan 01, 2014
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Horse Raid
For the tribes of the American plains in the Buffalo Days of the pre-reservation life, horse raiding was a chance for men to show their courage and bravery in battle. “No man can help another to be brave,” says grandfather to fourteen-year-old Lone Bull, “but through brave deeds you may become a leader one day.” Lone Bull wanted to be a warrior and he knew he could be victorious in a horse raid if only given the chance! But when Lone Bull’s father refuses to let his son and his best friend join the raid, what do the young boys do? They set off to follow the group with the help of grandfather! Will it all end in disaster? Master storyteller, Paul Goble, brings to life this exciting and timeless coming-of-age story of Lone Bull, a young Lakota boy eager to join the warriors on a horse raid against the Crow. This newly revised edition features digitally enhanced artwork, completely revised text, a brand new layout, and a fascinating foreword from world famous storyteller, Joseph Bruchac.

Mystic Horse

release date: Apr 01, 2003
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Mystic Horse
From the first brilliant rush of horses to the triumphant sight of beautiful bays, chestnuts, shiny blacks, whites, grays, and paints galloping across the pages, Paul Goble's very special book will delight all who love horses and all who love stories that tell of the spiritual connection between people and animals. His magnificent, detailed paintings evoke an almost forgotten world as he recounts a stirring legend based on the oral tradition of the Pawnee. Focusing on a poor boy and his grandmother, adventure begins when the boy discovers an old, limping horse. Though ridiculed by his tribe, the boy cares for the horse and brings it back to health. In turn, the animal helps his friend achieve greatness, only to be betrayed. The boy's remorse is sincere, but will he be forgiven? Captivating readers, Caldecott medalist Paul Goble shows how a loving friendship changes the lives of a people.

The Boy and His Mud Horses

release date: Jan 01, 2010
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The Boy and His Mud Horses
A collection of short stories told in the traditional style of the Native American peoples.

The Earth Made New

release date: Jan 01, 2009
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The Earth Made New
This beautifully illustrated Plains Indian Creation story celebrates a new Earth after the flood and narrates the making of the buffaloes, mountains, plants, colorful horses and Thunderbirds among others. Weaving together the legends of the Plains Indian tribes, including the stories of the Cheyenne, Blackfoot, Arapaho, and the Crow, this revised edition contains 8 pages of additional illustrations and stories, as well as a new foreword. It also includes an extensive reference list and detailed introductory note.

Paul Goble

release date: Jan 01, 1999
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The Great Race

release date: Mar 30, 1991
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The Great Race
Long ago, when the world was still quite new, buffaloes used to eat people. It is true? The hair on their chins is hair of the people they use to eat...It is Terrible to think about those times... But the Creator saw the people's distress and decreed that a contest be held between all the two-legged and four-legged creatures. Who would win, thundering Buffalo or fleet-footed Man? None of the other animals was fast enough, and before the end, Beaver and Muskrat slipped off into a cool stream, Jack-rabbit hopped off across the plain, and Mole and Gopher tunneled underground (and may still think the race is on). The winner was decided long ago, in Sioux and Cheyenne legend. Buffalo -- who lost -- agreed to give up eating men for dinner, and thanks to the cunning of a single magpie, Man became the guardian of the natural world.

The Gift of the Sacred Dog

release date: Dec 01, 1982
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The Gift of the Sacred Dog
The Great Spirit gives the sacred dog to an Indian boy seeking relief for his hungry people.

Dream Wolf

release date: May 01, 1997
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Dream Wolf
When two Plains Indian children become lost, they are cared for and guided safely home by a friendly wolf.

The Man Who Dreamed of Elk Dogs

release date: Jan 01, 2012
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The Man Who Dreamed of Elk Dogs
Features twenty-three traditional stories from the Blackfoot, Lakota, Assiniboin, Pawnee, and Cheyenne nations about how horses first appeared to the tribes of the American Plains.
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