Gray Wolf's Search

Gray Wolf's Search By Bruce Swanson Gary Peterson, Gray Wolf s Search In this wonderful original tale a young boy is told by his uncle the village shaman that his role in their clan and tribe depends on his finding and getting to know a very important person Gray Wol
  • Title: Gray Wolf's Search
  • Author: Bruce Swanson Gary Peterson
  • ISBN: 9780977918317
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Gray Wolf's Search By Bruce Swanson Gary Peterson, In this wonderful original tale, a young boy is told by his uncle, the village shaman, that his role in their clan and tribe depends on his finding and getting to know a very important person Gray Wolf journeys through the woods and seashore around his home and through the seasons for a full year in the course of his search Through conversations with his brothers and sisIn this wonderful original tale, a young boy is told by his uncle, the village shaman, that his role in their clan and tribe depends on his finding and getting to know a very important person Gray Wolf journeys through the woods and seashore around his home and through the seasons for a full year in the course of his search Through conversations with his brothers and sisters in the woods and waters Bear, Eagle, Whale, Beaver, Owl and Wolf Gray Wolf makes a wonderful discovery about the value of each and every one of us As children follow Gray Wolf on his journey they learn about village life among coastal peoples of the Pacific Northwest This beautiful hardcover book is richly illustrated by the distinctive full color artwork of Gary Peterson and fourteen original drawings Parents will enjoy reading this book aloud as much as young readers will enjoy following the story themselves.
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    368 thoughts on “Gray Wolf's Search”

    1. I enjoyed reading about this book I thought this was a great book about loving yourself, and realizing self worth Also, that all lives are equally important The story is about a boy named ray Wolf He is given a task to go on a search for a very important person He asks all the animals he comes into contact with, however he can t find who the person is He ends up looking within and realizing that every life is important I would recommend this book and would read it to my future class I could also [...]


    2. Worldview Universally AcceptableLocation Pacific Northwest Coastal Region Time Period Pre ContactReview A beautifully illustrated story of a young native boy on a quest of self discovery Gray Wolf is sent by the wise Shaman to find a very important person He meets various animals on his journey Each one has something wise to tell Gray Wolf The beauty and respect of the language in each of these interactions speaks to the skill of the author The dialogue between Gray Wolf and each animal is charm [...]


    3. The story itself and illustrations represent the Native American culture, something that deals with the history of the United States and is something children will learn in school This story gives a good look into the legends and ideas of those Natives.


    4. The story has good flow and interesting dialogue It ends with a beautiful lesson Loved the art as well There were a couple of pages the story could maybe do without.




    5. I am doing a storytime on First Nations people for our summer reading program which is a Canadian theme This story has a couple of Native customs and has many animals that are from Canada I thought it was respectful of the culture.


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