New Release | December 2018

Legends and teachings of Xeel’s the Creator

$22.95 CAD


Legends and teachings of Xeel’s the Creator contains four short stories centering around themes such as communication, connection, teaching and respect. The stories featured include: “The Creator and the Flea Lady, The Boys Who Became a Killer Whale, The Sockeye That Became a Rainbow, and The Marriage of the Seagull and the Crow.” Each story is accompanied by a companion piece developed by the storyteller Ellen Rice White (Kwulasulwut) which provides cultural context and an explanation of some of the lessons found in each story. In the story “The Creator and the Flea Lady”, a Flea mother asks for help saving her premature infant. The Flea woman is reminded of her connection to the many energies surrounding her by Xeel’s and the energies themselves. In “Boys Who Became a Killer Whale”, eager learners frustrated with the pace and demeanour of their traditional teachers reach beyond what they know and encounter tragedy. In both the “Sockeye That Became a Rainbow” and “The Marriage of the Seagull and the Crow”, respect and acceptance of the differences of others are central components of the stories. The protagonists struggle with their relationships and the differences they have with their partners.








Pub Date: December 2018
ISBN 978-1-926886-55-8
Size: 6*9
Page Count: 140
BISAC 1: SOC011000
BISAC 2: REL029000
BISAC 3: FIC059000
Index Note: 2nd edition edited by Vicki White and Rachel Taylor