Beautiful, poignant and poetic. This story will weave its way into the hearts and minds of readers for generations.
--Monique Gray Smith, author of My Heart Fills With Happiness
From beloved Indigenous icon Buffy Sainte-Marie comes a chapter book inspired by oral histories and traditions. On a prairie reserve, T pw receives a mysterious gift from Kokhom (grandma)--and finds himself on an unforgettable adventure.
T pw can't wait to spend a week with his cousins on the other side of the Cree reserve--especially since Kokhom, his grandma, has given him the most amazing gift: a Magic Hat with bluebirds and grass snakes that come to life T pw is so excited that he soon forgets Kokhom's advice: Watch out for tricksters
T pw 's adventure is everything he imagined. He meets his cousins, takes part in a powwow, and sleeps in a tipi. But soon he's reminded of Kokhom's words. Is his new friend W pos leading him astray with mischief?
T pw and the Magic Hat draws on a rich Indigenous tradition of storytelling and features: