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The Invisible Warrior A Native American Story Retold by  Lin Donn Illustrated by  Phillip Martin
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Once upon a time, a long time ago, there lived a great warrior. The people told many stories about this strange and wondrous warrior. The Invisible Warrior The Invisible Warrior One story told of his great power of invisibility. That meant he could wander among the enemies of the tribe, and hear all of their war plans!
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Another story told of his great loneliness. The only person who could see the invisible warrior was his sister. As much as he loved her, he longed for a wife. The Invisible Warrior The Invisible Warrior The invisible warrior wanted a wife who was gentle and truthful. He vowed he would not marry until he found a maiden, someone besides his sister, who could truly see him.
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He used a trick to weed out the liars. He had his sister lead each maiden towards him as he headed home, pulling his sled. The Invisible Warrior The Invisible Warrior As instructed, his sister asked each maiden if she could see the invisible warrior. Oh yes, nearly all replied. And what is he pulling? His sled they answered. Everyone knew that!
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 365 taught by Professor Brothermercier during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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