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"A rhyming story for young readers about a Hoop Dancer who shares his message of global unity and cooperation. There once was a Hoop Dancer who had many teachings to share about how to live in peace and harmony with others. In this book, Teddy uses the powerful symbols of the Hoop Dance and the Medicine Wheel to show how we can all cooperate and live as one big, human family." -- publisher