Robert Munsch, well-known Canadian author of children's books, made a generous gift to the Mohawk people recently. He gave them the right to publish one of his most famous books, Love You Forever—translated into the Mohawk language by Kaweienon:ni (Margaret) Cook‑Peters. It is not the first time the author has expressed interest in the Mohawk and their culture. In 1999, Mr. Munsch released another book, Ribbon Rescue, based on the adventures of a little Mohawk girl. See his entertaining description of how the book was inspired at Ribbon Rescue (www).