Manitou: A Mythological Journey in Time

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Polar Bear & Company, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
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It'ss almost impossible to describe Manitou, for it'ss individual to who you are. It'ss a place, a time, a daydream... a myth, and a reality all wrapped up in one. It is the land of living imagination. It'ss magic. Come adventure with five young travelers as they journey into Manitou on their boat. Experience comical performances and musical excursions with Apollo, Mother Earth and other mythological figures as you uncover amazing mysteries. Manitou brings worldwide cultures together while building the reader's self-esteem.

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Contents

THE WISHING WELL
1
HOIST THE SAIL
11
ITS ALL A MATTER OF TIME
16
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Du Houx created an impressionistic style of photography. The technique makes the photographs appar like watercolors, she calls them lightgraphs. She has taught photography, architectural drafting, art, design, and English.

du Houx graduated salutatorian in 2002 from Carrabec High School in North Anson, Maine, and is now attending Amherst College in Massachusetts.

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