In Tali Nohkati, The Great Crossing, Tali is growing up in the wilderness throughout time, experiencing peculiar animal encounters and discovering ancestral customs.
(PRUnderground) May 9th, 2019
Creators of the World, Coyote and the Moon pay special attention to the only survivor of a blazing fire, Tali Nohkati, as the child takes his first steps. At the end of a long journey rich in animal encounters that takes him from the White Land to the Land of the Red Earth, Tali is finally adopted by a tribe.
After saving Nuttah from the sacrifice of the Morning Star, Tali seeks refuge in the mangrove close to Hitchiti the Alligator and Raven the Raven where Caguama the Turtle advises them to go to sea. In the heavenly light of the island of Caguama, they taste the true happiness of starting a family and of living in harmony with a tribe. However, all hell breaks loose as Huracan is unleashed, its violent winds destroying their piece of paradise and taking everything in their path, men and destinies alike…
“…covers more ground and cultural range than most such tales, but retains a classic feel and a solid heart.” –IndieReader
“A delicately rendered homage to Native American storytelling.” –KIRKUS REVIEWS
Koza Belleli was born and still lives in Paris. Author of many MG/YA’s books in Europe and Japan, she makes regular appearances at school literacy programs. One of her books Le Bal de Houpelune (The Ball of Houpelune) was read on Radio Classique in France. She also wrote the lyrics of the song Esperanza Irisada (Sao Vicente di Longe album) for Cesaria Evora.
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