A vividly illustrated book for young readers on the Mohicans and their way of life.
About the Book
Young readers learn the fascinating history and way of life of the Mohicans from the incomparable team of Aileen Weintraub and Shirley Dunn, children’s author and Mohicans expert respectively. Their text is illustrated in color by the vivid paintings of Hudson Valley artist Len Tantillo along with other historical images.
This abundantly illustrated book lays out clearly the Mohicans’early history, family and tribe life, customs and rituals, the arrival of Europeans, the story of removal from their homelands, and the Mohicans today.
About the Author
Aileen Weintraub is the author of more than forty nonfiction books for young readers, including one on the Choctaw tribe. Shirley W. Dunn is the author of two adult histories of the Mohicans, The Mohicans and Their Land, 1609-1730 and The Mohican World, 1680-1750, both published by Purple Mountain Press.
5.5 x 8.5 inches