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The Resource The honey jar, Rigoberta Menchú with Dante Liano ; pictures by Domi ; translated by David Unger

The honey jar, Rigoberta Menchú with Dante Liano ; pictures by Domi ; translated by David Unger

Label
The honey jar
Title
The honey jar
Statement of responsibility
Rigoberta Menchú with Dante Liano ; pictures by Domi ; translated by David Unger
Title variation
Honeyjar
Creator
Contributor
Illustrator
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • spa
  • eng
Summary
A collection of traditional Guatemalan stories, tales, and legends
Member of
Awards note
Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, 1992
Cataloging source
TnLvILS
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Menchú, Rigoberta
Dewey number
398.2/097281
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Language note
Translated from the Spanish
LC call number
PZ7.M52368
LC item number
Ho 2006
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Liano, Dante
  • Domi
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  • Mayas
  • Tales
  • Maya mythology
  • Mayas
  • Folklore
  • Maya mythology
  • Quiché Indians
  • Indians of Central America
Target audience
pre adolescent
Label
The honey jar, Rigoberta Menchú with Dante Liano ; pictures by Domi ; translated by David Unger
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Translation of: El vaso de miel
  • "Groundwood Books."
Contents
Grandmother Moon and Grandfather Sun were bored -- The creation of plants, animals and fish -- The keepers of the Earth -- Why the elders are the four corners of the universe -- Where it's revealed that each thing has a spirit -- Why you can see a rainbow when deer are born -- Where it's told that monkeys are descended from humans -- The story of the weasel who helped people find corn -- The man who became a buzzard -- Twins make holes in your clothes and send ants -- The amazing twins -- The story of the hormigo tree
Control code
in900176226
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
64 p.
Isbn
9780888996701
Other physical details
col. ill.
Label
The honey jar, Rigoberta Menchú with Dante Liano ; pictures by Domi ; translated by David Unger
Publication
Note
  • Translation of: El vaso de miel
  • "Groundwood Books."
Contents
Grandmother Moon and Grandfather Sun were bored -- The creation of plants, animals and fish -- The keepers of the Earth -- Why the elders are the four corners of the universe -- Where it's revealed that each thing has a spirit -- Why you can see a rainbow when deer are born -- Where it's told that monkeys are descended from humans -- The story of the weasel who helped people find corn -- The man who became a buzzard -- Twins make holes in your clothes and send ants -- The amazing twins -- The story of the hormigo tree
Control code
in900176226
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
64 p.
Isbn
9780888996701
Other physical details
col. ill.

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