, Omar S. Castaneda, (1993) ---
[ages 3-9, reading grades 2-4th, fun for all]
[Living Mayan Culture]
A favorite for introducing young children to the Mayan culture, weaving, and family traditions. A granddaughter, Esperanza, learns from her "Abuela" (grandmother) how to weave and they take an intergenerational trip on a "chicken" bus to the city to sell their beautiful work. Well done and insightful.
We also have the Spanish Version of this Book "El Tapiz de Abuela"