Low Price Guarantee
We Take School POs
A is for Acorn: A California Indian ABC
Contributor(s): Tripp, Analisa (Author), Risling, Lyn (Illustrator)

View larger image

ISBN: 1597143162     ISBN-13: 9781597143165
Publisher: Heyday Books
Retail: $9.99OUR PRICE: $7.29  
  Buy 25 or more:OUR PRICE: $6.69   Save More!
  Buy 100 or more:OUR PRICE: $6.39   Save More!

  WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD!   Click here for our low price guarantee

Binding Type: Board Books
Published: October 2015
Additional Information
BISAC Categories:
- Juvenile Nonfiction | Concepts - Alphabet
- Juvenile Nonfiction | People & Places - United States - Native American
Dewey: 979.400
LCCN: 2015942256
Age Level: 0-3
Grade Level: PreK
Physical Information: 0.8" H x 6" W x 6" (0.44 lbs) 28 pages
- Ethnic Orientation - Native American
- Geographic Orientation - California
- Religious Orientation - Native American
Features: Ikids, Illustrated, Price on Product, Unabridged
Descriptions, Reviews, Etc.
Publisher Description:
This alphabet board book welcomes youngsters of all cultures into the abundant world of Native California. Beautiful illustrations of animals, plants, and cultural objects show off the spectacular diversity of California's indigenous cultures and environments. Sturdy enough to withstand any toddler's grasp, A Is for Acorn is a playful, loving introduction to California's oldest and most abiding sense of itself.

Contributor Bio(s): Tripp, Analisa: - Analisa Tripp is an artist, a writer, and an auntie to fourteen nieces and nephews. She is a graduate of the Native American Studies Program at UC Berkeley. Over the years she has had the privilege of working with youth of all ages as a nanny, preschool teacher, elementary and high school tutor, and university recruiter. A member of the Karuk Tribe, she currently lives with her family in their ancestral territory located in beautiful northwestern California.Risling, Lyn: - Lyn Risling is an artist whose work reflects the revival and continuation of cultural traditions and the natural world of her tribal peoples, the Karuk, Yurok, and Hupa. Involved in many aspects of her cultures, she was a recipient of the Community Spirit Award from First Peoples Fund for her artwork and commitment to her Native culture and community. Lyn has shown her work throughout California, and her art can be found in tribal cultural curriculum, language materials, brochures, T-shirts, and posters.
Customer ReviewsSubmit your own review
To tell a friend about this book, you must Sign In First!