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.