Mr. Feathers and the Geow-lud-mo-sis-eg (Little People)by Grandmother Littlewolf
Mr. Feathers lives with his human family on a farm in the country. But one day, while he is out hunting in the woods, Mr. Feathers' human family goes away to live in the big city.
A children's story set in the early 1800s, Mr. Feathers and the Geow-lud-mo-sis-eg (Little People) is the story of Mr. Feathers, a very special cat who is part housecat and part bobcat.
Mr. Feathers lives with his human family on a farm in the country. But one day, while he is out hunting in the woods, Mr. Feathers' human family goes away to live in the big city. Left on his own, deep in the woods, Mr. Feathers meets Memaw, an Elder Cherokee woman.
The two of them become fast friends and Memaw introduces Mr. Feathers to Chief Yellow Dog, the leader of the fabled Cherokee Little People. Mr. Feathers becomes friends with the Little People who, in turn, welcome him into their tribe, where he hunts with them, fishes with them, and even joins in their Powwows.
With his human family gone away to the city, Mr. Feathers finds a happy new home for himself with the Little People. He spends his time perched in an old cherry tree on a farm, from where he's able to watch over Memaw, Chief Yellow Dog and the rest of the Cherokee Little People.
Growing up in Danville, Virginia as the oldest of 15 children, Grandmother Littlewolf often wrote stories for her younger brothers and sisters. She has written many poems and children's stories over the years, and in 1989 she was awarded the World of Poetry Golden Poet Award in Washington, DC. Mr. Feathers and the Geow-lud-mo-sis-eg was inspired by her husband's love for their half-breed cat, who she calls "the dog he never had."
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- Strategic Book Group, LLC
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- 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.04(d)
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