Aladdin, Feb 28, 1987 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
A young hunter draws his bow against a buffalo cow drinking from a stream. Before he can loose his arrow, there is no buffalo -- instead, there stands a beautiful young woman, whom he knows he must marry.
The hunter's people shun the Buffalo Woman, and so she returns, with their son, Calf Boy, to her people. The hunter's heart compels him to follow. But he has been warned: The Buffalo Nation is angry at the Straight-up-People. And if he cannot find his wife and son among the many buffalo, they will be lost to him forever.
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Review: Buffalo WomanUser Review - Rachel Dalton - Goodreads
This book is well written and includes beautiful illustrations that are very fitting for the story. It focuses on accepting and loving those different from us. Students can easily infer the moral of the story. Read full review
Review: Buffalo WomanUser Review - Julie M - Goodreads
a fable, yes, but also a good moral tale about the importance of family and respect for others, in the Native American tradition. Given to and read to my nephew in August, 2012. Read full review