"A young girl becomes lost in the woods after wandering too far away from her mother. Scared because she is lost, she encounters a large wolf who reminds her of her own ability to survive and find her mother again."--|cProvided by publisher
"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
On an outing in Nicola Valley, British Columbia, a First Nations family forages for herbs and mushrooms while the grandmother passes down her language and knowledge to her young grandchildren. Includes glossary.
"This endearing story is of a young Aboriginal foster child who is given a special gift by his foster mother. Her gift of warmth and thoughtfulness helps her young foster child by encouraging self-esteem, acceptance and love. Based on the author's personal experience"--From page 4 of cover
Dragonfly kites refers to "kites" made by tying a string around the middles of dragonflies. Two Cree brothers in northern Manitoba fly these kites during the day, but at night fly themselves in their dreams. This is the second book in the Magical Songs of the North Wind trilogy.