by Jason Eaglespeaker

NAPI is a trickster ... a trouble maker ... a foolish being ... he teaches us what not to do.

Blackfoot people have been using NAPI as an educational/motivational tool for thousands of years. Countless generations have survived, and thrived, from the priceless knowledge that NAPI introduces. These first five stories are sure to stimulate young minds:

  1. NAPI & THE ROCK - When NAPI gives his robe away to a rock -- then takes it back -- he learns a valuable lesson about sharing.

  2. NAPI & THE BULLBERRIES - When NAPI finds a huge bush of his favorite berries -- he learns a valuable lesson about paying attention.

  3. NAPI & THE WOLVES - When NAPI is warned not to jump too long on the ice --- he quickly learns a gross lesson about the value of listening.

  4. NAPI & THE BUFFALO - When NAPI makes the buffalo laugh -- then takes it way too far -- he learns a valuable lesson about greed.

  5. NAPI & THE ELK - When the Elk blindly follow NAPI everywhere -- they learn a valuable lesson about trust.

Level 2 is for Rookie Readers - simple sentences, sight words, words to sound out, Indigenous humor, moral dilemmas

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