2 edition of Gran and the little man found in the catalog.
Gran and the little man
|Statement||(text, Hilary Frost and John Jackman) ; (illustrations, Chris Masters).|
|Contributions||Jackman, John., Masters, Christopher, 1944-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Old Lodge Skins is very old and blind, and he is now ready to die. Little Big Man walks with Old Lodge Skins to the top of a hill. Old Lodge Skins sings his death song and asks the Everywhere Spirit to watch over his son, Little Big Man. He lies down and dies. Ralph Snell tells the readers that Jack Crabb died at that point in the story.