From the Back Cover
A coloring book based on Native artistic tradition for children learning to count. Ledger art grew out of the tradition of the Plains Indians, who drew pictures on buffalo hides to tell the stories and history of their people. After the buffalo were gone, these tribal people drew their picture stories in the ledger books used by store owners to do their bookkeeping. Cherokee artist Jesse Hummingbird lends his unique style to this ancient art form to delight and interest young children and enhance their learning experience.
Native American Ledger Art Coloring Book: Counting 1 to 10 by Sandy & Jesse T. Hummingbird. From Native Voices with 2001 copyright. The ISBN is 1-57067-119-2. This paperback book measures just under 11″ x 8-1/2″ and has 24 internal pages in staple binding.
See the photo above. In very good condition with lighter handling/storage on the covers and pages in very good condition. No names or other markings. From clean, smoke-free home.
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