Rabbit Plants the Forest : A Cherokee World Story

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2006-03-30
  • Publisher: Univ of New Mexico Pr
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"Rabbit, whose Cherokee name is Ji-Stu is delighted when he receives an unexpected invitation from Sa-lo-li the Squirrel to help her plant the forest with hickory nuts, pecans, acorns, and walnuts. Sa-lo-li, who always kept her planting methods to herself until today, shows Ji-Stu her secret way to make sure the seeds sprout and how to find them again, even in the deepest snow." "Yes, Ji-Stu is having one of the best days of his life. He can hardly wait to brag about it to all his neighbors. No one else has ever helped Sa-lo-li on planting day." "Sa-lo-li and Ji-Stu move toward the river as they work, to find a good planting place for Ji-Stu's favorite walnuts. Along the way, they meet a tiny little old squirrel named White Oak who calls them to his side." "Old White Oak has a warning for Ji-Stu and Sa-lo-li. "Watch out for the Wampus Cat!"" "But Ji-Stu and Sa-lo-li know that the Wampus Cat is just an old story. Or is it?" "In Rabbit Plants the Forest, Jacob and Duvall create a wild adventure for Ji-Stu and his friends that tells the amazing true story of how squirrels prepare and plant the seeds that keep our forests alive."--BOOK JACKET.

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