Author
Van Laan, Nancy
Call Number
J 398.097 VAN
Summary
A collection of tales, rhymes, riddles, superstitions, and sayings organized around the three distinct regions of the South: the Bayou, the Deep South, and Appalachia.
Author
Malcolmson, Anne Burnett
Call Number
J 398.2 MAL
Summary
Twenty-six stories including stories about Davy Crockett, Johnny Appleseed, Dan'l Boone, Pecos Bill, and Paul Bunyan.
Author
Schomp, Virginia
Call Number
J 398.2 SCH
Summary
Brer Rabbit steals peanuts, or goobers, from the garden patch Brer Fox has sweated over then tricks Brer Bear into taking the blame.
Author
Vanasse, Deb
Call Number
J 398.2089 VAN
Summary
One night, a totem pole comes to life, but when morning comes and they must rearrange themselves to form the pole, they fight over who gets the top--the place of honor--until they realize that each plays their own special part.
Author
Bowman, James C.
Call Number
J 398.209 BOW
Summary
Relates some of the legends of Pecos Bill, from the moment he bounced out of his family's covered wagon to the day his long-lost brother appears and explains that Bill is not like the coyotes that have raised him.
Author
Emberley, Barbara
Call Number
J 398.209 EMB
Summary
The story traces the outdoor adventures of Paul Bunyan, the giant lumberjack, and his companion, Babe the Blue Ox.
Author
Johnston, Marianne
Call Number
J 398.209 JOH
Summary
Of all the American legends represented in this series, Paul Bunyan is perhaps the best-known, and the least likely to have existed. Born out of tales told in logging camps, this legendary giant was said to have roamed America with his giant blue ox named Babe, saving lives, averting disasters, and creating such natural wonders as the Grand Canyon.
Author
DeSpain, Pleasant
Call Number
J 398.209 SWE
Summary
Thirty-six true, tall, and traditional tales, primarily from the nineteenth century or earlier, selected by a professional storyteller and divided by the region of the United States from which they originated.
Author
San Souci, Robert D.
Call Number
J 398.21 SAN
Summary
A collection of twenty stories about legendary American women, drawing from folktales, popular stories, and ballads.
Author
Walker, Paul R.
Call Number
J 398.21 WAL
Summary
A collection of American tall tales featuring such legendary characters as Davy Crockett, Paul Bunyan, and Pecos Bill.
Author
Braun, Eric
Call Number
J 398.22 BRA
Summary
Super-cowboy Pecos Bill leaps onto the back of a monstrous cyclone and rides it like a bucking bronco, creating, in the process, the Colorado River, the Grand Canyon, and Death Valley.
Author
Keats, Ezra J.
Call Number
J 398.22 KEA
Summary
Describes the life of the legendary steel-driving man who was born and who died with a hammer in his hand.
Author
Meister, Cari
Call Number
J 398.22 MEI
Summary
Davy Crockett battles Snag, a fierce gator, from destroying steamers along the Mississippi River.
Author
Osborne, Mary P.
Call Number
J 398.22 OSB
Summary
A collection of tall tales about such American folk heroes as Sally Ann Thunder Ann Whirlwind, Pecos Bill, John Henry, and Paul Bunyan.
Author
Rounds, Glen
Call Number
J 398.22 ROU
Summary
Ol' Paul, the mighty logger : being a true account of the seemingly incredible exploits and inventions of the great Paul Bunyan Abstract: Ten tales of Paul Bunyan including how he built the Rockies, how the rain fell up one spring, and how Paul stops a river from whistling.
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