Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox

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In this playful introduction to the Anishinaabe tradition of totem animals, twelve young speakers explain why they identify with a creature such as a fox, deer, beaver or moose. Soft, colorful illustrations show the children in animal masks, while the text on each page creates a series of simple poems.

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