Review entitled "The Kids Are All Right". "You will leave the last page feeling honoured that you have met -- even vicariously -- the 45 native American and aboriginal young people interviewed by Deborah Ellis for her outstanding new book, 'Looks Like Daylight'." "Each chapter in 'Looks Like Daylight' is interspersed with powerful quotes from native historical figures, native history and current events, and information about the interviewees so that stories are not told in a vacuum. Ellis lets her interviewees speak, in their own words, the unvarnished truth about themselves, their hopes and fears, their dreams and aspirations". "These young people have no illusions: they know that being native often mean the odds are stacked against them. Yet most have a healthy dose of self-respect. Lane, 14, comes from six generations of lacrosse players and he, too, plays what natives call 'the Creator's game'. When he goes to a mall in Brantford, Ont., Lane hears racist insult hurled at him. 'I think, "Oh, grow up". And then I get on with my day', he says".