In a fairy tale collection unlike any other, readers young and old will find themselves entranced by the fascinating adventures, and the deep spiritual meaning folded within each tale.
In a photographic study of the immigrant experience in action today, a Vietnamese-American boy explains how he successfully lives astride two cultures, American and Vietnamese.
Since remote times, Mexican wearing apparel has been varied, rich and of spectacular appearance. This booklet describes traditional costumes from various states in Mexico, including Oaxaca, Puebla, Chiapas, Jalisco and Michoacan.
Sosu lives in a small village on a narrow strip of land between the sea and the lagoon. He tries his best to fit in, to be just another boy, but many in the village feel a boy with legs that don’t work is bad luck. His father is told to keep Sosu at home. When a terrible storm threatens the village while everyone is away, Sosu figures out a way to alert help.
A mouse who runs away with gypsies to learn to play the balalaika returns home just in time to save his family.