My Daughter, My Son, the Eagle the Dove: An Aztec Chant
Dutton Books, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
Both a blessing to a child and a tribute to parenthood, this superb keepsake book inspired by ancient Aztec chants is a celebration of the milestones of growing up. With two sections, one for a daughter and one for a son, this book makes a perfect gift to commemorate special events in an older child's life. Full-color illustrations.
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