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by Gerald Hausman

eBook Ghost Walk: Native American Tales of the Spirit (Gerald Hausman's Original Tales Series/Number 2) download ISBN: 0933553072
Author: Gerald Hausman
Publisher: Mariposa Printing & Pub Co; 1st edition (March 1, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 128
ePub: 1349 kb
Fb2: 1102 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Ghost Walk: Native American Tales of the Spirit (Gerald Hausman's Original Tales Series/Number 2). ISBN.

They are tales of supernatural beings meeting with native people in the great deserts of the Southwest. They are narrated by actual storytellers, so there is an authenticity here not found in many such collections. The tribal tellers are Apache, Navajo and Havasupai. Ghost Walk: Native American Tales of the Spirit (Gerald Hausman's Original Tales Series/Number 2). 0933553072 (ISBN13: 9780933553071).

Gerald Hausman wrote Ghost Walk as a sequel to the popular book Turtle Dream. Together, these books have been continuously in print for more than two decades.

Gerald Andrews Hausman (born October 13, 1945) is a storyteller and award-winning author of books about Native America, animals, mythology, and West Indian culture. Hausman comes from a long line of storytellers and educators, and has published over seventy books for both children and adults. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, to engineer father Sidney Hausman and mother Dorothy "Little" Hausman, Gerald grew up in New Jersey and Massachusetts before moving to New Mexico for college

Ghost Walk: Native American Tales of the Spirit, Irie Books, 2005. Duppy Talk: West Indian Tales of Mystery & Magic, Irie Books, 2007. How Chipmunk Got Tiny Feet, Irie Books, 2008. Doctor Bird: Three lookin’ Up Tales from Jamaica, Irie Books, 2008.

Ghost Walk: Native American Tales of the Spirit, Irie Books, 2005. Time Swimmer, Macmillan Caribbean, 2009. The Image Taker: The Selected Stories and Photographs of Edward S. Curtis, World Wisdom, 2009. 8The American Storybag, A Collection of Tales, Stay Thirsty Press, 2010. The Berkshire Anthology (with David Silverstein), Bookstore Press, 1972.

The selection of stories on this anthology comes mostly from the book of the same title, now in its fourth printing, and as popular today as when it first came out in 1991

The selection of stories on this anthology comes mostly from the book of the same title, now in its fourth printing, and as popular today as when it first came out in 1991. Hausman here selects the stories that are mysterious as well as factual. He should know, he lived them, witnessed them and wrote about them in such places as Havasu in the Grand Canyon and on the Navajo reservation.

Gerald Hausman (Author). These are 'ghost stories' in a non-traditional sense-tales of the spirit of Native America. These are the most recent 10 blog posts about Ghost Walk: Native American Tales of the Spirit in JacketFlap's Children's Publishing Blog Reader. Ghost Walk explores the realm of the supernatural as it compliments and shadows everyday life. Here are six original narratives sensitively illustrated by local artist and musician Sid Hausman to create an atmosphere of fascination and intrigue. Ghost Walk presents an inspired look at Native American.

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Ghost Walk explores the realm of the supernatural as it compliments and shadows everyday life. These are 'ghost stories' in a non-traditional sense--tales of the spirit of Native America. Here are six original narratives sensitively illustrated by local artist and musician Sid Hausman to create an atmosphere of fascination and intrigue. Ghost Walk presents an inspired look at Native American life and legend.
Comments: (3)
Landarn
I loved it
Ylal
such a great read
นℕĨĈტℝ₦
Enjoyed it and did not find the concept of 'ghost walking' as frightening as I had heard it described, and suspect there is much more to it than the book reveals.