Traditional Weavers of Guatemala – Their Stories, Their Lives
Twenty artisans share their personal histories, hopes, and dreams along with the products of their hands and looms. Sidebar stories about history and culture also help to put the stories in context, so in the end the reader has a real sense of Guatemala and the place of the Maya in it. Over 200 stunning photographs tell a story of the physical beauty of Guatemala, of the diversity of a landscape that has shaped its people, of the Maya culture, and of the textiles themselves. Winner of a Silver Benjamin Franklin Award from IBPA and an International Latino Book Award. Joe Coca, photographer.
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