The Flute Player: An Apache Folktale
By Michael Lacapa
Age 6-8 years
Everyone loved the sound the young Apache man's flute made. It sounded like the wind blowing through the trees. But when a young woman falls in love with the flute player, she becomes so despondent when she can no longer hear his song that she becomes ill and dies. This simple tale, besides being a poignant love story, also is a poignant tale, explaining why leaves drift down the stream. Bright, stylized paintings of people and scenery are mixed with bold, geometric designs, to illustrate this appealing legend.
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