Helen Cordero And The Storytellers Of The Cochiti Pueblo
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Helen Cordero And The Storytellers Of The Cochiti Pueblo

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Native American artist Helen Cordero (1915–1994) is best known for her remarkable clay Storytellers—figures covered with tumbling children. Get to know her work, and that of other artists from the Cochiti Pueblo in New Mexico. Unique activities encourage kids to use their imagination, to explore the details of the sculptures and to think like an artist.
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published December 31st 1995 by Davis
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