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A Native American Story loosely based on an Apache Myth
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Child of Water's mother bore a hole in that lucky blue rock. She strung it into a necklace. Ever after, Child of Water wore the blue rock around his neck for love and luck.

Child of Water's mother bore a hole in that lucky blue rock. She strung it into a necklace. Ever after, Child of Water wore the blue rock around his neck for love and luck.

Child of Water

As time went on, and as Child of Water grew taller, each of the other monsters in the land came to challenge him, one by one.

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Each time, wearing his lucky blue rock, each monster's arrows missed Child of Water.

Each time, wearing his lucky blue rock, each monster's arrows missed Child of Water.

But Child of Water's arrows killed each monster, every time, until all the monsters were gone.

Child of Water

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Child of Water

Child of Water

As all Apache children know, it is a wise thing to hunt for turquoise blue rocks.

If you find one, you too might find yourself some luck.

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To Learn More

To Learn More

To learn more about the Southwest Indians go here: Southwest Indians To learn more about Native Americans - go here: Native Americans

For free clipart, go here:

Native American Clipart

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