Lost in the hills with night approaching, Tiblo and his little sister Tanksi, take shelter in a cave, a wolf watches over them.
Seemingly in a dream, a wolf keeps them warm during the cold night and then the next morning leads them back home. For his kindness everyone gives the wolf gifts, and ever since "there has been a close kinship with the Wolf People." 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.
Author: Paul Goble | Soft Cover | Ages 5 - 8
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