Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Review - Tales Of Little Bear And Little Buffalo by Roy Naquin
Title: Tales of Little Bear and Little Buffalo
Author: Roy Naquin
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Received: From author for review
Release Date: April 2011
What is it About?
Stories passed down to the author by his grandfather.
Little Bear and Little Buffalo are cousins that love to look for mischievous things to do in their Native American swamp lands. They find themselves in the way of gators, spirits and very heavy rainy weather.
I requested this book on the fact that it was stories passed down of Roy Naquin’s native american family. It was a little different than anything I had read before. Mostly because this book kept with the kids Little Bear and Little Buffalo on their adventures. It is funny that my favorite story is not one of the more active stories. I love the story that involves Little Bear’s sister who seems to have a some psychic abilities that taught her how to heal and unfortunately predict death.
Little Bear and Little Buffalo’s tales are a treasure to read and I am sure a special heirloom to the author.