By Susan Jeffers
The Earth doesn't belong to us. We belong to the Earth. the good American Indian leader Seattle spoke those phrases over 100 years in the past. His remarkably suitable message of admire for the Earth and each creature on it has persevered the attempt of time and is imbued with ardour born of affection of the land and the surroundings. Illustrated through award-winning artist Susan Jeffers, the stirring pen-and-color drawings carry a big selection of local americans to lifestyles whereas taking pictures the elegance of nature and the land. little ones and oldsters alike will benefit from the undying, poignant message provided during this fantastically illustrated photo book.
"Together, Seattle's phrases and Jeffers's photos create a strong message; this considerate publication merits to be meditated and loved by way of all." (Publishers Weekly )
Illustrated by means of Susan Jeffers.
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Brother Eagle, Sister Sky by Susan Jeffers