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A Native American Story Loosely based on an Apache Myth As all Apache children know, it is a wise thing to hunt for turquoise blue rocks. This myth explains why. Retold by Lin Donn Illustrated by Phillip Martin
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Once upon a time, a long time ago, four horrible monsters lived on the earth. They loved to catch the People and eat them. Whenever the monsters approached, all the People ran away. Child of Water One night, a monster stomped up to the wickiup of Child of Water and his mother. Before his mother could stop him, Child of Water challenged the monster to a contest.
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"Here are the rules," said Child of Water. He carefully explained that he would be on one side of the cliff and the monster would be on the other. Child of Water When the signal was given, both sides would have a chance to shoot four arrows at each other, at the same time. Whoever killed the other would get all the food.
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"Do you accept these rules and promise to follow them?" chanted Child of Water, in the
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