Illustrated by Kahonhes. Very Good with no dust jacket; Sunned at spine, page tops foxed. 0915496070. Printed green softcover. Laid in is postcard broadside poem "Entering Onondaga" with repeat of cover art. An early collection of poems by Bruchac, a Saratoga County, New York author and storyteller whose works center around themes about Native Americans and the natural environment.; 80 pages.
KAHONHES. VG. 0915496070 INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY AUTHOR INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR: "MOON OF WILD PLUMS, 1978 FOR JAY & DOROTHY, WHO LOVE LIFE...BE WELL & WALK IN BALANCE, PEACE." ALSO INCLUDED IS A BROADSIDE "ENTERING ONONDAGA/FOR ALICE PAPINEAU.
SIGNED. Affectionately inscribed and fully signed and with the usual drawing by Joseph Bruchac on the opening flyleaf. Handsome title with attractive illustrations. Near fine illustrated stiff wraps with strong spine and clean text throughout.
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