In his introduction to Coyote &, Joe Hayes says, “Many American Indian stories are sacred. They are part of the religion of the people who tell them, and so belong to just one tribe or sometimes just a part of the tribe. Sometimes Coyote plays a role in these religious stories. But the coyote stories in this collection are different. They are told for entertainment. They are especially loved by children, who delight in Coyote’s foolish antics.”
©1983 Joe Hayes (P)2006 Joe Hayes
There wasn't anything wrong with the book itself, but the narrators' performance was lousy.
His character voices, and expressions were horrible.
Call in sick, so producers hire a new narrator.
I removed one of my shoes at a red light, and beat the heck out of the radio.
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