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"The Journey of Tunuri and the Blue Deer" is a modern adaptation of a traditional story of the Huichol Indians of western Mexico. Young Tunuri becomes lost in the woods and meets the magical Blue Deer, who introduces Tunuri to Father Sun and Mother … weiterlesen
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Titel: The Journey of Tunuri and the Blue Deer: A Huichol Indian Story
Autor/en: James Endredy

ISBN: 159143016X
EAN: 9781591430162
Empfohlen von 6 bis 9 Jahren.
Sprache: Englisch.
Illustriert von Mar-A Hernndez de la Cruz
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Oktober 2003 - gebunden - 32 Seiten

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"The Journey of Tunuri and the Blue Deer" is a modern adaptation of a traditional story of the Huichol Indians of western Mexico. Young Tunuri becomes lost in the woods and meets the magical Blue Deer, who introduces Tunuri to Father Sun and Mother Earth while leading him back to his human family. Through this lovely tale and the traditional Huichol yarn drawings, children can learn about their place in the sacred web of life.

Portrait

James Endredy, author of "Earthwalks for Body and Spirit, " has been an honored guest of the Huichol since 1986 and is actively working toward the protection of their traditional culture and sacred sites. Dedicated to reconnecting -people with the spirit of nature, he presents workshops and classes in the United States, Mexico, and Canada. He lives in Pennsylvania. Maria Hernandez De La Cruz lives in a small village within the San Andreas ceremonial center in the Huichol Sierra. A highly accomplished artist, she began making yarn drawings as a child. Long before starting work on this book, she had a dream vision of Tunuri while on a pilgrimage to the sacred desert of Wirikuta--and thus was not at all surprised when asked to illustrate this story. Casimiro De La Cruz Lopez comes from a village near the ceremonial center of Santa Catarina in the Huichol Sierra, where he spends much of his time helping his father, who has been the elected spiritual leader of their community for many years. While doing much of the yarn work for this story alongside Maria, Casimiro was also instrumental in translating the author's and Maria's visions into two-dimensional images.

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"A highly recommended addition to school and community library Native American collections for young readers." --The Midwest Book Review, February 2004
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