At lunchtime, Dakota explains to his school friends where he got his different looking bread.
A young boy follows his grandmother for a walk. They discover a spider weaving its web, and wise, gentle Nokomis explains to her grandson how all in life is connected.
While waiting for the potato soup to finish cooking, the author's friend, Jethro, tells the story of the Great Nanaboozho and how he tried to catch Waaboos, the rabbit.
Dakota's friends had never seen frybread before, so Dakota explains how it is made. Frybread, scone, bannock, or gullet - there are as many ways to call it as there is to make it. 2003.