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2004 Alberta Children's Book of the Year In this lyrical coming-of-age story, Governor General's Award-winner Rudy Wiebe captures the anxiety of a boy who feels powerless to help his people, but who must speak his dreams if they are to survive. Steeped in aboriginal myth and lore, Hidden Buffalo is also the tale of how a whole tribe can turn its gaze from the horizon to se ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2003 by Red Deer Press
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Awarding winning Cree artist Lonechild’s puts pictures to award winning author Wiebe’s story. I like the indigenous contribution here more so than Bouchard’s Qu’Appelle that was painted by Lonechild but written by Bouchard who allegedly is not Metis.

Wiebe writes this book as a non-Indigenous creator but the collaboration with Lonechild is authentic in my opinion. The books teeters on cultural appropriation but passes the test.
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Shelves: native-americam
Beautiful illustrations
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Dec 04, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A great children's book, written by the Canadian Mennonite novelist Rudy Wiebe.
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Wiebe was born at Speedwell, near Fairholme, Saskatchewan in what would later become his family’s chicken barn. For thirteen years he lived in an isolated Mennonite community of about 250 people. He did not speak English until age six since Mennonites at that time customarily spoke Low German at home and standard German at Church. He attended the small school three miles from his farm and the Spee ...more
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