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A spare, lyrical text tells of the relationship of the Papagos people to their environment—“we share . . . we only share.” The paintings are dramatic and are reminiscent of the layers of colors found in sand paintings.
In a gentle story told in simple, poetic prose, a young Native American boy wants desperately to fly like a hawk. Spacious, clean, panoramic line drawings convey the yearning of the boy and the power of the hawk.
A vibrant sunflower yellow and other colors blend with crisp, black lines to make effective use of symbolism in celebration of the sun. Poetic prose tells how cultures throughout the ages have sung to the new day's sun to honor it.