Crazy Horse's Vision
Crazy Horse is among the best known Native American heroes. Yet many people do not know his boyhood name was Curly, inspired by his curly hair.
Curly was a leader even as a young boy, taming wild horses and hunting powerful buffalo. But all his bravery could not prepare him for the trouble he and the other Lakota Indians would face with the white settlers. Wanting to help his people after a fierce battle that mortally wounded Chief Conquering Bear, Curly defied traditional custom and risked his own life by running away, up to the hills, to seek a vision.
Renowned Abenaki author Joseph Bruchac tells a gripping and compelling story of how the dedicated young boy, Curly, grows into the brave warrior Crazy Horse. Sioux artist S.D. Nelson, with paintings inspired by the ledger book style of the Plains Indians, evokes the drama and tragedy of an important figure in American history.
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Review: Crazy Horse's VisionUser Review - Crystal - Goodreads
This is a look into the life of Crazy Horse. I love the illustrations by SD Nelson. The colors are so rich and the designs help express the culture. We will be going to see the monument later this week so it was great to find this on my library shelf. Read full review
Review: Crazy Horse's VisionUser Review - LeAnn Forystek - Goodreads
I'm not sure why this has a lower rating. I really enjoyed this story of crazy horse and how he got his name. The illustrations were also fantastic. Read full review