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      Cover image for Monkey : a trickster tale from India
      McDermott, Gerald.
      2011.
      Crocodile wants to feast on Monkey's heart and Monkey must outsmart him if he is to enjoy eating mangoes all day.
      Cover image for Pig-Boy : a trickster tale from Hawaiʻi
      McDermott, Gerald.
      2009.
      1st ed.
      The mischievous, shape-shifting Pig-Boy gets in trouble with both the King and Pele, the goddess of fire, but always manages to slip away as his
      McDermott, Gerald.
      2009.
      1st ed.
      The mischievous, shape-shifting Pig-Boy gets in trouble with both the King and Pele, the goddess of fire, but always manages to slip away as his
      McDermott, Gerald.
      [2006]
      Anansi, one of the great folk heroes of the world, is saved from a terrible fate by his six sons in this traditional tale from West Africa.
      [electronic resource]
      McDermott, Gerald.
      2006.
      This Pueblo Indian myth explains how the spirit of the Lord of the Sun was brought to the world of men.
      [electronic resource] :
      McDermott, Gerald.
      c2003.
      1st ed.
      Cover image for Anansi the spider [sound recording] : [a tale from Ashanti]
      McDermott, Gerald.
      2001.
      In trying to determine which of his six sons to reward for saving his life, Anansi the Spider is responsible for placing the moon in the sky.
      [sound recording] :
      Cover image for Raven : a trickster tale from the Pacific Northwest
      McDermott, Gerald.
      2001.
      1st Voyager Books ed.
      Raven, a Pacific Coast Indian trickster, sets out to find the sun.
      McDermott, Gerald.
      c2001.
      1st ed.
      All the birds enjoy the song-like flute music of Jabuti, the tortoise, except Vulture who, jealous because he cannot sing, tricks Jabuti into rid
      McDermott, Gerald.
      [2000], c1999.
      A Green Light reader. Level 2
      A retelling of the La Fontaine fable in which a stork finds a way to outwit the fox that tricked him.
      Cover image for The fox and the stork
      McDermott, Gerald.
      1999.
      1st Green Light readers ed.
      A retelling of the La Fontaine fable in which a stork finds a way to outwit the fox that tricked him.
      Cover image for Musicians of the sun
      McDermott, Gerald.
      1997.
      1st ed.
      In this retelling of an Aztec myth, Lord of the Night sends Wind to free the four musicians that the Sun is holding prisoner so they can bring jo