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A Story Of Weesakeechuk

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Weesakeechuk was hungry and he saw the geese and the ducks by the water, and so he started to get a little thing that he put on a stick and he twirled it around, and he began to chase that all around like fox chasing his tail. And of course, the ducks, they all came swimming up really close and when they got close he jumped on one of them! You know and that shows how silly geese are and ducks are when they get curious.



Winston's Stories

The following stories are by Winston Wuttunee.
1 About Winston
Winston talks about what he does for a living, and how it works.
2 Learning A Language
Winston talks about how he learned to speak Cree for his stories.
3 A Story Of Weesakeechuk
Winston shares a story of Weesakeechuk.


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