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Nila Goes Hunting By Corina Roberts
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Nila Goes Hunting is a read-to-me coloring book, designed for interaction. The story is appropriate for ages 5 and up; the illustrations are simple and have a purpose. They help children relate to... More > Nila, the main character. Who is Nila? She is a young female coyote. She has blue eyes, and she carries a small leather pouch around her neck, a gift from her mother. This makes her a little bit different from the rest of her siblings and pack members, and they tease her about it. Her uncle tells her that her blue eyes will make her a bad hunter. Nila sets out to prove them wrong. She tries to be something she is not…a wolf…and in the process she endures some hardships. But in the end it is her own coyote cleverness that turns her story around. Nila’s experiences teach us that it is okay to be ourselves and okay to be different…that our own unique gifts are valuable.< Less
Haramokngna Diaries : Portrait of a Forest By Corina Roberts
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A photographic essay by Corina Roberts, Artist In Residence and Caretaker at Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center in the Angeles National Forest. A year of forest portraits, from spring... More > through the winter of 2008 and back to the dawning of spring. Images, stories, journal notes, poetry. 105 pages, perfect bound< Less
Your Daily Winnie By Corina Roberts
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Who is Winnie? She's a German Shepherd, a rescue dog, a natural with children. She's a couch potato and a sponge for love...punctuated by heart-stopping moments of chasing after coyotes and bobcats... More > and keeping bears at bay. Who is Winnie? She is a dog who smiles when she is happy. She is one moment a docile companion, and in the next breath, nearly wild; studying her human companions from the cover of brush like a predator studies their prey, relishing the remains of deer, chasing ravens, trotting up the drive accompanied by a Cooper's Hawk. Her wildness intrigues me. She is the dog that taught me to let go of my anger...she is the dog who revealed to me that I was still a prisoner to my childhood, doing to her what had been done to me...she is the dog who knew the moment I had really, finally made that breakthrough, and immediately offered me the trust which I had, up to that moment, not deserved. She is all that, and beautiful too. Thank you for sharing this remarkable journey with us.< Less

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