"Despite the self-conscious design, which combines typefaces in a manner that may confuse children, and the abundantly distracting front matter, this is a loving tribute to the world of a prosperous people perched on the edge of great forests of hemlock and cedar. (Folklore. 7-11)"
An oversized, overburdened collection of five Northwest Coast native tales that has more appeal for folklorists than for children.
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