In Métis Camp Circle: A Bison Way of Life, author and artist Leah Marie Dorion, an interdisciplinary Metis artist raised in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, transports young readers back in time when bison were the basis of Métis lifeways on the Plains. This book is translated into Michif by Norman Fleury, Michif Elder and gifted Michif storyteller. During much of the nineteenth century, bison hunting was integral to the Métis’ social, economic, and political life. As “People of the Buffalo,” the Métis were bison hunters par excellence. Vibrantly illustrated and infused with important cultural teachings, this charming book skillfully informs us about this important period of Métis history. There are also notes on bison as a food source, organizing a bison hunt, colour photos of bison artefacts, and pemmican. There are notes on Patrice Fleury explaining the buffalo and the system of the hunt and respect for the buffalo. Author details are included and a CD of this story is located in the book.