Bizhiki Belle / Belle The Cow is a story by Brita Brookes with an Ojibwe translation by Isadore Toulouse and Illustrated by Darlene "Dolly" Peltier.
Bangii is the youngest in a large family. When he is at home, he takes care of Belle the cow. Belle is a milk cow who loves to eat grass all day.
One day Bangii finds a message in the grass near Belle. What does this mean?
A children’s story about learning to see things both up close and also far away, about taking care of Mother Earth and about loving one’s family, community and all creatures. Full color pages with glossy cover.