From the Book Back
This lyrical and moving story from ancient Mexico tells of a beautiful woman who arrives in a mountain village with an iguana at her side, her hair so glorious it outshines the sun.
The Woman Who Outshown The Sun: The legend of Lucia Zenteno. From a poem by Alejandro Cruz Martinez with pictures by Fernando Olivera. From the 4th printing by Scholastic in 1994. The pages are set up so that English is the first paragraph on the left page, with Spanish below, and illustration filling the right page. This paperback book measures about 8″ x 9″ and has 32 pages.
See photo above. In very good condition with lighter handling/storage. Previous owner put clear tape over the spine. Name inside the front cover but no other markings found. From clean, smoke-free home.
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