Dances with Wolves: A Story for Children
Newmarket Press, 1991 - Dakota Indians - 60 pages
Here is the essence of the story, suitable for young children, with beautiful color photographs from the movie. The vivid pictures and simple story depict John Dunbar on the frontier, his play with the wolf "Two Socks", and his growing friendship with the Indian villagers as he comes to understand himself and others in this dramatic time and place in history. A Scholastic Book Club selection.
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