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WELCOME TO A FUN AND EDUCATIONAL DOORWAY

INTO ANDEAN LIFE AND  CULTURE!

A book that offers much to love…and much to learn.

“An Andean Story in Stone” is a charming children’s story that introduces Andean South American culture through the symbols carved on an ancient Incan sculpture.  

The story is narrated by a lovable guinea pig named Max.  

With Max’s help, the symbols express several

self-affirming and timeless themes common in Andean culture and valuable to all children:

  • That they are loved.

  • That those who love them will keep them safe from danger.

  • That the Earth’s environment is fundamental to all people.

  • That we share a responsibility to protect the natural world on which our lives depend.

  • That the passage of time brings great natural change.

  • That the passage of time brings a child knowledge, strength and grace.

  • That we should honor the woman in society, our mothers and Mother Nature for the life they provide.

  • That life is precious.

  • That they are precious.

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