About the Author:
Linda Silvas *Little Tree* was born and raised in San Diego and is a member of the Acjachemen Nation, known as the Juaneno Band of Mission Indians, located on the California coast.
In 1989 she relocated to the Pacific Northwest where she resides in a log home in Sequim, Washington.
Little Trees Gallery and studio is located at the base of the Olympic Mountains ("the Cipmylo Forest") where she produces her own line of drums, original Native Art, writes the Mama Bear Baby Bear books and creates Mama Bear Baby Bear product line, conducts drum workshops, and
the "Circle of Drums." Little Trees is also active in the Women's Spirit Coalition, Public Speaker for events and meetings worldwide as well as a Motivational speaker in the school system. She promotes the concept behind "Mama Bear Baby Bear" book in supporting the growing community of Kinship Caregivers and the fight against the "Forbidden Fruit" Drugs and Alcohol.
You can contact Linda by e-mail email@example.com or phone: (360) 681-3191
Linda is internationally known for her creativeness and for her commitment to keeping the traditions of the Native way alive.
She gave birth to the story of "Mama Bear Baby Bear" through her own personal experience, which led to a magical, spiritual, journey that has become so much more than just one book, more than just one story for she believes that "We are all the connection in a full circle.
The Circle never ends."
Towish No Shun
You have touched my soul.