who have roamed in North America and are respected by the traditional Native American. The story was written for 5-8 yr olds and published by Aladdin Paperbacks of Simon Schuster's Children's Publishing Division in New York, New York in 1997. Paul Goble was inspired through his belief, as that of Native Americans that "we share the earth with everything God made, big and small. and that we must value all life because all things want to live." He also shares a heartfelt good feeling about wolves, as does the Native American tradition. Paul Goble says that where the wolf no longer roams, he is missed by everything in nature. In this story, children, Tiblo and his little sister Tanski, meet a wolf when they are lost and take shelter in a cave. The story is every bit as wonderful as many Native Americans must have told their children for generations. "There has been close kinship with Wolf People as long as anyone can remember..."
Paul Goble was born in England and educated in London is an American writer and illustrator of children's books. He has written the retelling of many Native American stories. His illustrations are thoughtful, interesting, and colorful, yet they respectfully do not ever overwhelm the storyline.
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