PAUL GOBLE GALLERY: Three Native American Stories Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-09 
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Book Introduction:

A girl who understands the spirits of all things sets out to find seven brothers she's seen in her mind. Together with them -- in a remarkable way -- she shows us we are not alone.

A boy goes into the hills to pray to the Great Spirit to help his hungry people. He returns with a herd of magnificent animals, Sacred Dogs with "thunder in their nostrils and lightning in their legs" -- later known as horses. And another girl loves these animals so much, she leaves her village to live with wild horses. She becomes an important link between her people and the Horse People, a reminder of our relatedness.

Her Seven Brothers, The Gift of the Sacred Dog, and The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses are about young people who leave their homes and bring something important to their people. They are tales of seekers, tales of transformation, tales that capture our kinship with the natural world. The Paul Goble Gallery showcases Goble's brilliant artwork and sensitive storytelling as it honors the Native American cultures that have inspired him.

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