The cold of winter creeps into these folktales from the United States and Canada.
A brave warrior fights an evil creature of the snow and ice to save his starving family.
- Dunkelberger Gravel Bar
A Rogue River tall tale about fishin’…
- Hold Him, Tabb
I used to earn my living by carting supplies from town to town on horse-drawn wagons. Not easy work, no sir. Especially in winter…
- Babe the Blue Ox
Paul Bunyan finds a little blue ox the Winter of the Blue Snow.
- Presumed Drowned
The souls of five drowned men rejoin their ship from the Ice.
- Davy Crockett and the Frozen Dawn
Davy Crockett must unfreeze the dawn.
- The First Tears
Eskimo tale about the origins of tears.
- The Flying Canoe
A group of lonely lumberjacks pay a bitter price when they go home for New Years.
- Frozen Flames
What do you do when the lanterns freeze? Call Paul Bunyan.
- Rainbow Crow
The snow has come to Earth and all the animals are freezing. Can Rainbow Crow save them?
- The Trapper’s Ghost
The phantom of an evil trapper is doomed to roam the wilds of Labrador, helping lost travelers to atone for his sins