The Great CanoeBook - 2001
A long time ago, Kaputano, dweller of the heavens, warned that a great rain was coming. He urged the Karinas to help him build a canoe and gather seeds and animals, but only four couples agreed to help. Soon, the rains covered even the tallest trees. When the waters finally receded, Kaputano created a landscape of marshes, rivers, mountains, and trees to ensure that the tribe would prosper.
Publisher: Toronto : Douglas & McIntyre, c2001
Characteristics:  p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm