“A translation of McDermott’s Caldecott winner. In this Pueblo folktale, a boy is transformed into an arrow so that he may travel between the sun and the Earth to search for his father. The wonderful illustrations have a Native American motif, with geometric shapes painted in bright desert colors that graphically convey the boy’s experiences. Perfect for storytelling and independent reading.”–School Library Journal
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About Gerald McDermott
Gerald McDermott was an award-winning author, illustrator, and filmmaker who was remembered for his unique style of vibrant, visual storytelling. His picture books feature folktales and cultures from all around the world.
Published by Puffin Books Feb 28, 1991| 40 Pages| 9 x 7-7/8| 3-7 years| ISBN 9780140543643