Linda Little Wolf was born and raised on Long
Island, New York, and currently
resides in Ocala, Florida. An enthusiastic collector of Native
American art and artifacts for the past two decades, Ms. Little Wolf enjoys
sharing her proud heritage of Cherokee and Lakota, Sioux through her equine
presentations and her writing.
Linda Little Wolf's ancestors shared their lives with the
horse, and this author's life is no different. She has become one of the
foremost educators and lecturers on Plains Indian culture, history, folklore,
art, and horsemanship. She often performs demonstrations with her horses,
Enough Stuff and Wakawacipi (Spirit Dancer).
As a published author, Ms. Little Wolf has
directed her educational efforts toward today's youth. She nurtures minds,
generates curiosity, and teaches life lessons through her writing. In Visions
of the Buffalo People, Ms. Little Wolf provides a realistic
understanding of the Native Americans of the Great Plains.
She explores their spirituality and domestic life and provides examples of
Indian crafts to help youth experience that vanished culture. Linda Little Wolf
presents the legend of Sunka Wakan, the Great Spirit Horse, as an exciting tale
of life on the Great Plains, retold especially
for young readers in Great Spirit Horse.