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fantasy, friendship, wizards, Native American, Indigenous people, love, fairies

Native American Fairy Tale
by Jennifer Sault




From the imagination of an Ojibway Mohawk Native American comes Native American Fairy tale about a native american girl named Katrine a native american boy named Manuel and their pet frog named Ribbit. The story will take you through many magical and enchanted settings and you will meet many magical different native american characters and nations including the little indians who stand only a few inches high, blond haired blue eyed indians, baby indians and an assortment of other types of indians.

This teaches that all native american indians are not the same and belong to separate distinctive sovereign nations with their own language and culture. So it shows that at one time before the settlers colonized North America that if you were native american indian you would come across a vast variety of cultures before Columbus set foot on North America.


Jennifer Sault is an Ojibway Mohawk native american from The Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation Indian reserve.


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