By News from Indian Country
The author explains to younger generations the realities of Native American lifeways. [Buffalo Song] recounts with historical accuracy how, with the dedication of a few individuals, the survival of the buffalo has become one of the greatest endangered species success stories in the country. . . . With entertaining expressions and brilliantly painted photos, this book will draw the reader in. It gives a realistic inspiration of what it was like in the days when people lived off the land, and explains that it only takes one heart with courage and intelligence to bring back a nation once thought lost to the advanced world.
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