Raven II by Sue Coccia
Raven II by Sue Coccia Raven II by Sue Coccia

Raven II by Sue Coccia

One of the smartest animals, the Raven can mimic most sounds to get what it needs. Ravens are also called wolf birds because they are known to lead wolves to prey and then feed alongside them. From Tibet to Greece, people have seen the raven as a messenger for the gods. Celtic goddesses of warfare often took the form of ravens during battles. The Viking god, Odin, had two ravens which flew around the world and reported back to Odin about what they saw. Some Native American tribes worship the raven as a deity, he is described as a sly trickster who is involved in the creation of the world. Look inside the magic Raven to find Orca swimming alongside the Halibut, the hunting Mouse and Bear inside the Blackberries and the Ladybug who will bring you good luck and happiness!