By Leo Yerxa
2006, Printed and bound in Malaysia
From back cover: Leo Yerxa, an artist of Ojibway ancestry, brings us this beautiful, visionary art book celebrating wild horses and the natural world of the prairies. Using an extraordinary technique, he makes paper look like leather so that his illustrations seem to be painted on leather shirts and dresses. The art is accompanied by a rich, wild, free song of praise to the horses that came to play such an important role in the lives of the First Peoples.