Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Free Today: ESKIMO KISSES—THE TIME THEY SAW THE GRIZZLY BEAR by Sage Merriman

In ESKIMO KISSES--THE TIME THEY SAY THE GRIZZLY BEAR, two stories converge in an effort to explain the Eskimo way of kissing—by rubbing-noses. 

My motive in writing this was to tell the story of the Eskimo kiss as a cultural tradition among First Nation groups in Alaska and Canada.

What emerged was a work of fiction, which though true to the effort to deal with anthropological facts, leaves some open-ended and unanswered questions.

Suggestion: Share this ebook with a child you love. But be prepared to try Eskimo kissing yourself. It will inspire you both.

It’s that kind of book. 





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