About this title: Many years ago, a Navajo weaver named Mockingbird Song was known far and wide for her beautiful blankets. Her granddaughter, Flower After the Rain, was learning to weave, in preparation for the day a great chief would barter for her blankets. The story of how Flower After the Rain overcame her self-doubt and wove her first chief's blanket offers insight into the values of the Navajo people and gives today's children the means for strengthening their own self-confidence. Full color.
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