This children’s tale is based on a Chumash oral legend about how to be a good host. Brightly illustrated by the author, the book incorporates Chumash words and traditional designs, and includes a tribal linguistics map and Chumash glossary. The land occupied by the Chumash peoples stretches along the coast of southern to central California.
Author: Diana Lindsay
There is something magical about Ricardo Breceda’s metal sculptures. Perhaps because they evolved from his daughter’s request that her father build a dinosaur. Not many fathers would acquiesce, but his …$ 9.95 Add to cart
Author: Carol Stout
Basic life-saving survival skills—can’t live without them. Parents teach their offspring, and sometimes the lessons and techniques may seem strange, especially in the animal world. Whatever it takes to stay …$ 9.95 Add to cart