Stories of the Mother Bear by Myrtle Brooks
Brooks pens a grand story in Stories of the Mother Bear. I was captivated from the very beginning, and I read this book word for word, page by page, until the very end. I have read other stories of Brooks, and the writing style and creativity is magnificent. Brooks paints majestic stories with words. Just imagine this, "Before that the sun immersed the sky and land in its peach and crimson signature, the lake became filled with golden sparkles resembling fireflies amid reflections of the soaring mountains," and that's just the beginning. The story brings the reader in and doesn't let go until the end. The stories are just amazing, and so are the photographs, and yes, I see them as photographs rather than just images. I look forward to reading more by this author.