Amazonia: Indigenous Tales from Brazil

by Daniel Munduruku

Hardcover, 2013

Status

Available

Local notes

398.2 Mun

Collection

Publication

Groundwood Books (2013), Edition: Tra, Hardcover, 128 pages

Description

A treasury of Brazilian folktales is presented in the authentic voice of an author who grew up in the rain forest and includes stories identified as most representative of Amazonian culture, in a volume complemented by descriptions of indigenous populations and a glossary of animal and plant profiles.

Physical description

128 p.; 9.6 inches

ISBN

1554981859 / 9781554981854

Barcode

3863

User reviews

LibraryThing member Sullywriter
A handsomely illustrated and designed collection of magical tales from indigenous peoples native to Brazil's Amazon region. There is a glossary but this collection would be stronger with source information on the stories and background on the indigenous peoples represented.

Pages

128

Rating

(1 rating; 3)
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