Mrs. Scott's Beautiful Art

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Children's Press, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
This book visits Mrs. Scott, an artist who creates art in the tradition of her Cherokee ancestors. It describes how she uses plants, such as gourds, and parts of animals, such as porcupine quills, in her projects. To show her thankfulness to nature, she always makes her art as beautiful as it can be.

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