Red Colt: A Feathers in Hand Tale


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The first Feathers in Hand story, Red Colt, speaks to some of the values that contribute to a sustainable society. Placed in the American West before the first Europeans arrived, a Native American girl shares wisdom and life lessons that transcend cultures and generations. Follow the legacy as she meets Red Colt and learns about work and responsibility.

Watch for her next story about the brave horse, Runs Through Fire. Learn about the rewards of patience, kindness, and loyalty.

Martha Frisbee is an avid traveler and culture collector. She has studied in Europe, Canada, and South America. Her fascination with Native cultures is heightened by each book, dance, painting, photo, and piece of hand-crafted jewelry that she encounters. Among her trips, she has visited villages in Ecuador, lands of the Cheyenne, Kootenai, Flathead, and Blackfeet Indians, traveled up Montana’s Bitterroot Valley, and enjoyed a special presentation and meal at Head-Smashed-in-Buffalo Jump (a Siksika World Heritage Site in Alberta, Canada). She is a graduate of North Carolina Wesleyan College, where she studied Native American Literature with Dr. Chris LaLonde, later majoring in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. She currently enjoys gardening, fishing, yarn crafts, and traveling with her husband, Charlie.


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