The official description reads: “Young Om-kas-toe longs for the day when he can take his place as a brave. He doesn’t have to wait long for adventure, however. While serving as lookouts, he and his twin sister discover a strange animal that has never before been seen by the Blackfeet tribe.” The book is clean, gives insight into the Native American culture, and supports honesty and courage.
(Reviewed by Jenny Phillips)
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