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Gray Wolf's Search.

Gray Wolf's Search

Bruce Swanson, author

Gary Peterson, illustrator

Second Story Press

20 Maud Street, Suite 401, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5V 2M5

0977918319, $18.95

Author Bruce Swanson has more than thirty year's experience teaching history, often with a focus on Native American culture; Gray Wolf's Search is his picturebook about a young Native American told by his uncle, a shaman, that his future role in the clan depends upon locating a very important person. Gray Wolf goes on a journey to find and get to know this person--yet returns with unparalleled wisdom: "The very important person is you, and you, and you ... Through all my travels, I found that no one is more important than another. Each one of us is a very important person." Artist Gary Peterson draws upon the primal vibrance of indigenous culture and reverence for the natural world in the captivating color illustrations of this recommended storybook.
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Publication:Children's Bookwatch
Date:May 1, 2007
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