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The Legend of The Bluebonnet
[01-1955]
$6.99
The Legend of The Bluebonnet

- by Tomie dePaola.
Tomie dePaola retells the Comanche folktale of how the blue bonnets, the state flower of Texas, came to be. Long ago, there was a terrible drought in the land and many people suffered. A young girl named She-Who-Is-Alone sacrifices her most prized possession, a doll, to the Great Spirits. This doll is her only connection to the family she has lost. The Great Spirits accept her gift, end the drought, and as a sign of forgiveness, they cover the ground every spring with beautiful blue bonnets.

  • Color Illustrations.
  • 32 pages.
  • Soft Cover.

 

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