Houghton Mifflin (1994), Hardcover, 32 pages
When two Navajo women pray for help for their cold and hungry people, Spider Woman teaches them how to weave.
32 p.; 10.3 inches
LibraryThing member jkramer
The Magic Weaver of Rugs a tale of the Navajo a tribal hardship with divine intervention knowledge was passed on that created security and wealth. This reduced the hardship and brought a better way of life. This book is age appropriate for 2nd -3rd grade. The illustrations were dark and left for
Show Moreinterpretation. The style was primitive and the font was manageable. This is a good example of learning self reliance and the rewards that come from it. You can have the children make their own rug out of scraps of different materials.
LibraryThing member fashionablyloud1
Interesting book, highlights some history as well as folklore. Wanted a little more, a great "beginner story" for laptime or story time.
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