Little Wolf is an Indian boy who will t hunt. Instead he brings home injured animals and birds. He makes them well again, using the secrets of the woods. When the Chief's son falls ill, Little Wolf becomes a hero in a surprising way. Written in stately rhythmic prose in Ann McGovern's acclaimed style, this book--with beautiful illustrations by Nola Langner--will charm the imagination of young readers. Will help children understand the differences in people and that each one has a contribution to make. Recommended by The American Humane Association for ages five through eight.