The story is told, and told again by four ancient Indians. The story (a story we all know) is always the same, but each time it becomes twisted in a ridiculously logical way that explains so much about who we are and where we came from. Green Grass, Running Water reminds us that although we all share the same story, our interpretation of it shapes us from the inside, out.
Jennifer Mook-Sang lives in Burlington and is currently working on a novel for young readers. She blogs here.*
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