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"Zoe and her dad see a little spotted fawn curled up under an aspen tree. "Where is the fawn's mother?" Zoe asks her dad. Join Zoe on her quest for the deer, as she encounters animals and learns their syilx (Okanagan) names along the way."-- Page  of cover
"Chi's momma is soon to have a baby, but Chi' is having a hard time being happy about it. Chi' misses her Temma (Grandma), who has passed away. Chi's momma and daddy help ease the pain of losing her Temma and help her understand life and death as a part of nature. Chi' soon finds herself feeling comforted, knowing her Temma will always be a part of her. She begins looking forward to the new baby. Dancing with the Cranes gives an understanding of birth, life and death"--Back cover