The Wolf's Trail: An Ojibwe Story, Told by Wolves
Thomas D. Peacock (Author)
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DescriptionONE BOOK NORTHLAND selection, 2023. Zhi-shay, elder wolf and human, shares universal life lessons with a litter of wolf pups, in this engaging story rooted in Ojibwe history and culture.
Holy Cow Press
June 16, 2020
5.9 X 8.8 X 0.6 inches | 0.61 pounds
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About the Author
Thomas D. Peacock was born in Cloquet, Minnesota (US) in 1951. Several of his books have won awards, including: Ojibwe Waasa Inaabida (Minnesota Book Award), The Good Path (Minnesota Book Award), The Seventh Generation (Children's Multicultural Book Award - National Assn. Multicultural Education). He has co-authored several other books, including: Collected Wisdom (with Linda Miller Cleary), The Seventh Generation (with Amy Bergstrom and Linda Miller Cleary), and edited another, A Forever Story: The People and History of the Fond du Lac Reservation; To Be Free (on racism, intended for middle and high schoolers from Afton Press) was released in 2010. The Tao of Nookomis (North Star Press) was released in 2016 and won Honorable Mention at the NE Minnesota Book Awards. Beginnings: The Homeward Journey of Donovan Mannypenny was published in Fall, 2018 by Holy Cow! Press. The Forever Sky, an illustrated children's book, was released in 2019 by Minnesota Historical Society Press. Forever Sky was given a prestigious Kirkus star review. His latest book is The Dancers, published by KDP. He is co-owner with his wife Elizabeth Albert Peacock, of Black Bears and Blueberries Publishing, specializing in Native children's books written by Native authors and using Native illustrators.