Ko-Ko-Ko the owl
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Ko-Ko-Ko the owl an Ojibwe-Odawa legend by Howard Corbiere

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Published by Ojibwe Cultural Foundation in Manitoulin Island [Ont.] .
Written in English


  • Owls,
  • Legends,
  • Indians of North America,
  • Ojibwa Indians,
  • Ottawa Indians,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Folklore

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementfrom a story by Howard Corbiere ; edited by Mary Lou Fox ; illustrated by Martin Panamick. --
ContributionsFox, Mary Lou, 1935-, Panamick, Martin, Ojibwe Cultural Foundation
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. :
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26575614M

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Cobalt, Ontario: Highway Book Shop, 11 pp. Light wear at the corners with a bit of a mark on the front cover; no interior markings. This story was told by Susan Enosse and written down in English by Mary Lou Fox, then translated into Ojibwe by Melvina Corbiere; it . Dec 9, - Explore jenasi's board "Fall classroom decorations" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Fall classroom decorations, Owl coloring pages, Coloring pages pins. Print book: Juvenile audience: English Summary: Around the fire in winter Grandfather relates one his best stories in Nanaboozhoo miinwaa Ko Ko Ko, the story of Nanaboozhoo and the Great White Owl.   Just to give you a head's up, though, many Ojibwe believe that Ko-Ko-Ko, the owl's call, as beautiful as it is, should always be listened to with great caution. Follow us on Twitter @globebooks.