Joyce Story | Tales of the Sonoran Desert

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Tales of the Sonoran Desert

by Joyce Story

These fourteen tales give voice to the plants and animals of the unique desert that lies in the southwestern United States and in Mexico. The tales have proven to intrigue audiences with their vibrant characters, spellbinding narratives, and unexpected twists.
Genre: Spoken Word: Audiobook
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Secret of Dreaming
5:36 album only
2. The Desert Tortoise and the Free-Tailed Bat
6:16 album only
3. The Phainopepla and the Desert Mistletoe
6:09 album only
4. The Birds Petition the Creator
6:37 album only
5. How the Mountain Lion Met His Match
6:31 album only
6. The Return of the Night Sky
7:02 album only
7. Larcena Page and the Beyond World
8:53 album only
8. How the Ocotillo Saved a Baby
7:13 album only
9. The Deer Brothers
7:01 album only
10. How the Coyote Hurt the Moon
6:17 album only
11. The Bobcat and the Saguaro
7:39 album only
12. The Cloud People Come to the Sonoran Desert
8:02 album only
13. The Palo Verde Tree and the Golden-Winged Creatures
8:21 album only
14. What the Ironwood Tree Learned from the Javelina
8:16 album only
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Album Notes
Tales of the Sonoran Desert. A sense of both wonder and humor accompanies listeners and readers as they journey through a land of such marvels as an ocotillo whose flowers of flame are a tribute to its compassion, a guilt-stricken coyote who pleads for forgiveness with the moon, and an ironwood tree whose acceptance of the whole of life brings with it with the gift of tears. The subtle lessons to be learned and the factual information to be enjoyed are an added plus in these imaginative stories that enhance understanding and respect for the Sonoran Desert and its inhabitants.



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