The Two Mountains: An Aztec Legend
Enhanced with fullcolor illustrations, this Aztec tale tells of the magical relationship and marriage of the son of the sun god and the daughter of the moon goddess, a story which echoes the Biblical legend of Adam and Eve.
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THE TWO MOUNTAINS: An Aztec LegendUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Broadly echoing the story of Adam and Eve, Kimmel retells the Aztec legend of Ixcocauqui, son of the sun god, and Coyolxauhqui, daughter of the goddess of the moon. Temptation has prompted Ixcocauqui ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ffox - LibraryThing
Beautiful artwork enhances this story of young lovers punished for obeying the orders of their god parents. The story is well told and the art has a very authentic feel to it. This is a very good exposure to an Aztec myth. Read full review