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After losing his family to war, the grieving Hiawatha is asked by the Peacemaker to help him unite the five warring Iroquois nations. Vivid oil paintings illustrate the fictional retelling of the true story.
David, a typically mischievous preschooler, is into everything he shouldn't be and “No, David!” is his mother's constant refrain. Shannon's childlike paintings and inventive use of line, color, and perspective bring David to life.