Johnson, F. Roy. How and Why: Stories in Carolina Folklore. Murfreesboro, North Carolina: Johnson Publishing Company, 1971. First Edition. ISBN: 9780930230128. 
Illustrated gold publisher's cloth, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, 112 clean pp., illustrations. A few pp. lightly printed. Very good. Hardcover.
Frank Roy Johnson (1911-1988), a North Carolina native; Johnson was a newspaperman until 1962, when he began writing about the people and folklore of northeastern North Carolina.
A collection of Carolina folklore focusing on animals and nature collected from many individuals and arranged by Johnson. Includes a bibliography.
The Dog - How the Dog Got Zigzaggy Lips;
The Cat - How the Cat is Jesus' Right Hand Friend, Why the Germans Lost Old Frederick's War, How the Cat has Nine Lives, Why the Old Woman Didn't Get Her Cow Home;
The Hog - Why the Hog has a Short Life, How Come the Pig Can See in the Wind.