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Children's LiteratureThe adventures of Glous'gap, the great leader of the Micmac Native Americans, are retold in this collection of sixteen stories. The tales reveal Glous'gap's character and qualities as a leader. The stories tell of Glous'gap's birth, his design of the earth, his adventures in battling evil, and the hard choices he sometimes had to make. For reference, a map of the lands the Micmac occupied is included. An extensive glossary is also included for easy translation. For those interested in more information, a list of references is provided. The classroom teacher of upper elementary students would find this a great read aloud volume since the stories are filled with wild and fun adventures. 2000, Persea Books, Ages 10 to 14.
— Haley Thomas