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Shadows Through a Spirit Window

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Looking from the overlook to which a wolf had led her over ten summers past, Little Star and her mate Gray Eagle gazed at the valley, lake, and village of Besh ba Lakado, their home since then. After her mother, White Moon, and spirit father, Kokopelli, walked the path to the happy hunting grounds, they were leaving to become traveling traders.

This adventure would lead them to face dangerous animals, meet friends of Kokopelli, start a family, train animals to help them, and add a partner. They would find new lives, where they would follow, lead, learn, teach, and live through the challenges offered by the “Great One.”

The locations described in this book can be visited by the reader. Besh ba Lakado, the village in which Little Star and Gray Eagle lived, is actually known a Tonto National Monument above Roosevelt Lake. Green Stone is the village of Peridot, Besh ba Gowah is the archaeological park in Globe, and Large House is now known as the Casa Grange National Monument in Coolidge. All of the above are in Arizona.

Donald L. Ensenbach

Donald L. Ensenbach is a 76-year old storyteller of prehistoric Native American legends and myths. “Kokopelli: Dream Catchers of an Ancient” is about a fabled Mayan boy orphaned at 12, who becomes a traveling trader, and god of fertility. “Shadows Through a Spirit Window” follows his daughter’s family through the Southwestern Americas during the 7th century. The third, “Whispering Winds Remember”, will be out in fall. Donald appears at bookstores and special events in Arizona, Nevada and Wisconsin, and arranges and guides tours to the the locations he writes about. The series is planned to continue with books about the 10th, 12th and 15th centuries.

Description

Looking from the overlook to which a wolf had led her over ten summers past, Little Star and her mate Gray Eagle gazed at the valley, lake, and village of Besh ba Lakado, their home since then. After her mother, White Moon, and spirit father, Kokopelli, walked the path to the happy hunting grounds, they were leaving to become traveling traders.

This adventure would lead them to face dangerous animals, meet friends of Kokopelli, start a family, train animals to help them, and add a partner. They would find new lives, where they would follow, lead, learn, teach, and live through the challenges offered by the “Great One.”

The locations described in this book can be visited by the reader. Besh ba Lakado, the village in which Little Star and Gray Eagle lived, is actually known a Tonto National Monument above Roosevelt Lake. Green Stone is the village of Peridot, Besh ba Gowah is the archaeological park in Globe, and Large House is now known as the Casa Grange National Monument in Coolidge. All of the above are in Arizona.

Additional information

Format

Trade Paperback

ISBN

978-1-941071-59-5

Language

English

Pages

238

Publisher

Stairway Press

Release Date

4/4/2017

1000 West Apache Trail, Suite 126 Apache Junction, AZ 85120 stacey@stairwaypress.com