The Woman Who Lived with Wolves and Other Stories from the Tipi
This is the second collection of stories of the old Buffalo Eaters, or the Plains Indians, recorded from 1890 to 1920, and retold and illustrated by Caldecott Medalist Paul Goble for World Wisdom Press. The stories share themes of courage, strength, and the connection to other beings, including animals, required to survive in this world. Forewords by Goble and Navaho leader and educator Vivian Arviso Deloria help readers place the stories in context. The tales themselves, and the stylized illustrations, provide plenty for adults and children alike to ponder. For ages eight and older.
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