A superb retelling of a traditional Native American story portraying a helpful, harmonious relationship between wolves and humans. Full color.A superb retelling of a traditional Native American story portraying a helpful, harmonious relationship between wolves and humans. Full color.Read Less
Publishers Weekly, 1997-05-19 A wolf guides two lost children home in this Plains Indian tale; the "straightforward text evokes rich emotions," said PW of this "magnificent" picture book. Ages 5-8. (May)
Publishers Weekly, 1990-02-23 In this Plains Indian tale, Young Tiblo and his little sister Tanksi lose their way in the hills and, as darkness falls, they find refuge in a cave. That night Tiblo dreams that a wolf appears to watch over them. When he awakens, the dream comes true, and the wolf guides the two children home. Goble's straightforward text evokes rich emotions: showing how and why Plains Indians revered the wolf, the story becomes a heartfelt plea for the preservation of wild wolves. Dream Wolf is filled with glowing imagery--the illustrations showing nightfall, the children's search for shelter and the wolf's first, dreamlike appearance are particularly riveting. Once again, Goble has captured the lives and legends of this tribe in a magnificent picture book. All ages. (Feb.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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