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The Four Hills of Life: Ojibwe Wisdom Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-12-11 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 4 user ratings
ISBN:0873518284
LANGUAGE:English

"This is written by a guy from my reservation (Fond Du Lac Reservation, MN) and should get five stars because I'm featured in a picture in it along with my mom, grandmother and my oldest daughter. The book is interesting, as are all of Peacock's, but this one seems to me like it should have been made into a children's book because of the simple layout: it's divided into four sections cooresponding to phases of life (child, young adult, adult, elder); it's then accompanied by lots of pictures and minimal text. The pictures tell a story all their own, and to have another book like this, which contributes to a small yet burgeoning sliver of non-fiction Ojibway literature is welcome indeed. " said.

"This is written by a guy from my reservation (Fond Du Lac Reservation, MN) and should get five stars because I'm featured in a picture in it along with my mom, grandmother and my oldest daughter. The book is interesting, as are all of Peacock's, but this one seems to me like it should have been made into a children's book because of the simple layout: it's divided into four sections cooresponding to phases of life (child, young adult, adult, elder); it's then accompanied by lots of pictures and minimal text. The pictures tell a story all their own, and to have another book like this, which contributes to a small yet burgeoning sliver of non-fiction Ojibway literature is welcome indeed. " said.

"This is written by a guy from my reservation (Fond Du Lac Reservation, MN) and should get five stars because I'm featured in a picture in it along with my mom, grandmother and my oldest daughter. The book is interesting, as are all of Peacock's, but this one seems to me like it should have been made into a children's book because of the simple layout: it's divided into four sections cooresponding to phases of life (child, young adult, adult, elder); it's then accompanied by lots of pictures and minimal text. The pictures tell a story all their own, and to have another book like this, which contributes to a small yet burgeoning sliver of non-fiction Ojibway literature is welcome indeed. " said.

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