This is a modern First Nations legend applying the tradition of using stories as a teaching tool. Little Bear is selfish and inconsiderate of others, often resorting to name-calling. He learns to value the traditions of his ancestors and through the daily ritual of cleansing himself becomes in tune with nature. The book can be used by teachers, parents and other caring adults to teach children the value of respect. Discussion questions are included for parents and teachers.
Category:First Nations Subcategory:Parents and Educators Series:Behavior Intervention Author:SILVEY, DIANE