The Golden Flower

A Taino Myth From Puerto Rico
Jaffe, Nina (Book - 2005)
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Long ago, the island of Puerto Rico was called Boriquen . . . . And so begins this myth from the Taino, one of the indigenous cultures of the West Indies. Exquisitely penned by a gifted storyteller, this unique tale tells how a golden flower brought water to the world. Full color. Baby/Preschool."
Authors: Jaffe, Nina
Title: The golden flower
a Taino myth from Puerto Rico
Publisher: Houston, Tex. : Piñata Books, c2005.
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,29 cm.
Notes: Originally published: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, c1996.
Additional Contributors: Sanchez, Enrique O. 1942-
ISBN: 1558854525
Statement of Responsibility: by Nina Jaffe ; illustrated by Enrique O. Sánchez
Subject Headings: Folklore Puerto Rico. Water Mythology Puerto Rico. Creation Mythology Puerto Rico. Taino mythology Puerto Rico. Taino Indians Folklore.
Topical Term: Folklore
Taino mythology
Taino Indians
LCCN: 2004055420
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