This is a beautiful story about the Cherokee people, their community and traditions of practicing gratitude everyday and in every season.

This story by author Traci Sorell, and illustrated by Franse Lessac gives us a brief glimpse into the lives and traditions of the Cherokee people. Throughout the joys and hardships of different seasons the Cherokee people express gratitude by saying “Otsaliheliga” or we are grateful, a remember where they have been and where they are. The gatherings, work, games, and daily life of this community are depicted by Lessac’s beautiful illustrations which complement Sorrell’s joyous story.

This is a beautiful tory that every family would love to read any time and season of the year.

(Ages 4-8)

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