By Mary Austin,Melody Graulich
This version of The path Book includes an afterword by way of Austin pupil Melody Graulich that addresses Austin’s factors in writing the booklet and its value as an early instance of interdisciplinary multicultural literature. The illustrations by means of Milo wintry weather that enlivened the unique variation are integrated, as are Austin’s appendix giving ancient historical past and a word list of Indian and Spanish names.
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