Zíiniyah : haitẻ́ego naadá̳á̳ ̉shónáoztẻ ̉= Zinnia : how the corn was saved /

A retelling of the Indian legend which explains why the Navajo always plant a scattering of zinnia flowers among their food crops and respect every spider.

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Main Author: Powell, Patricia Hruby, 1951-
Other Authors: Benally, Kendrick, (Illustrator)
Thomas, Peter, 1951 October 4-

Ruffenach, Jessie.
Format: Book
Language:English
Navajo
Published:Flagstaff, Ariz. : Salina Bookshelf, ©2003.
Edition:1st ed.
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Eastern Illinois University

Location: Ballenger Teachers Center Juvenile Books - 3000 Level North

Call Number: 398.2 P8715z
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