Aurora by Mindy Dwyer
A Tale of the Northern Lights

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Mindy Dwyer captures the magic of the Northern Lights in a story that is written like a legend passed down through generations. With her bright, luminous illustrations and clear language, Dwyer tells the story of Aurora, a young girl who takes a journey of discovery and collects the colors from the sky to comfort her. Full color.
 

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Dwyer is an award winning author/illustrator.
 
Published September 1, 1997 by Alaska Northwest Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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This fanciful exploration of the origins of Aurora Borealis, the northern lights, is a scrumptious delight. Dipping her watercolor brush into an array of cream-puff colors, Dwyer dreams up Aurora, a g

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Dipping her watercolor brush into an array of cream-puff colors, Dwyer dreams up Aurora, a girl of the northern lands who lives where the sun never sets and yearns to follow the caribou to that ""mysterious midnight place"" where the sky turns ""the color of ripe blueberries."" One day she stocks...

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