Bradbury Press, 1984 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
"There is eloquent beauty in this story of a young hunter who marries a woman from the Buffalo Nation. When his relatives send her away . . . her husband follows . . . In text and illustrations, Goble's story exhibits a quiet simplicity, respect for nature and the power of love".--School Library Journal, starred review.
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