The Miser on the Mountain by Nancy Luenn
A Nisqually Legend of Mount Rainier

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A Northwest Coast Indian legend is paired with powerful, evocative illustrations in the only children's picture book about our region's most popular and enduring landmark, Mount Rainier.


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Chapman's unique illustrations are created using handcrafted molds and cast paper.
Published September 1, 1997 by Sasquatch Books. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books. Non-fiction

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Luenn (Nessa's Story) weaves Nisqually words and images into the text (Latsut listens to his totem ""taut as the string of a bow,"" and searches for the signs his elk mentioned, ""beyond stood a stone like a ripe camas bulb""), but it's Morgan's (The Squiggle) sweeping brushstrokes that command t...

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