In the beginning, so the Ojibway story tellers say, the world in which we live did not exist. In its place was a far older world, the home of the first birds and animals, and of the mighty magician, Nanabush. So begins the first tale in this collection of sixteen stories told by the Oibway tribal elders around the fire during long winter evenings.
Sixteen tales about Nanabush, the shapeshifting god who created the world. Preserved from the oral tradition of the Rama Ojibway Band of Canada.