Of great significance to everyone interested in Native American Culture, this excellently researched and rendered book is designed to educate as well as entertain. It is filled with fun facts and ready-to-color symbols illustrated from ancient artifacts and designs of the American Indian Tribes of the South East Woodlands of North America.
Author: Jamie K. Oxendine
About the Author
A Native American of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, Educator, Historian and Speaker. He has been an Adjunct Professor of Native American Studies at Bowling Green State University, Ohio State University, University of Toledo, Lourdes University, and has served as the Native American Liaison & Education Consultant for Ohio University. He has served on the Board of Trustees for the Ohio Humanities Council, Board of Trustees for the Fallen Timbers Battlefield Preservation Commission and Governor Appointee to the Ohio Historic Site Preservation Board. He has also sat on the ACCESS Grants Panel with the National Endowment For The Humanities.
Illustrator: Timothy P. Locklear II
Library of Congress Control # 2018942859
Proceeds goto CYNAS 3E Non-profit
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Very nice book , Pretty designs and informative descriptions . Thick and perforated pages for easy display after coloring or other craft projects !
Wonderful coloring book. I love it.
This is a wonderful book. I love the descriptions of each drawing, this book is very educational and fun. Great for kids and those into art!
What a great quality book. Unlike other colouring books, it is educational as the meanings behind the designs are explained , clearly. A lovely book.
The information presented in this book is great! Each design is explained and if you want to remove the design from the book (once it is colored) it is very easy to do so. This would be a great resource for any classroom.