Little Wolf is an Indian boy who will not hunt. Instead he brings home injured animals and birds. He makes them well again, using the secrets of the woods. When the Chief's son falls ill, Little Wolf becomes a hero in a surprising way. Written in stately rhythmic prose in Ann McGovern's acclaimed style, this book--with beautiful illustrations by Nola Langner--will charm the imagination of young readers.
Will help children understand the differences in people and that each one has a contribution to make.
Recommended by The American Humane Association for ages five through eight.