A Native American Learning Story
Who Speaks for Wolf is a story of one People's struggle to live as they learned valuable lessons from nature, from life, and from within themselves.
Deceptively simple, this story can be read on multiple levels of understanding. Each re-reading may raise different questions or reveal new meanings. Winner of a major children's book award in 1984, it has also been used during corporate training sessions and is read in classrooms from kindergarten to college levels.
Beautifully presented in full color with Frank Howell's original paintings and drawings, this book is for anyone of any age who might be willing to ask the ancient question: "Who Speaks for Wolf?"