The Magic Bean Tree: A Legend From Argentina
A young Quechuan boy sets out on his own to bring the rains back to his parched homeland and is rewarded by a gift of carob beans that come to be prized across Argentina. Do you wish to get a new child's book? Magic Bean Tree: A Legend From Argentina, a legend from Argentina is a great child's book! The author is Nancy Van Laan and it was published sometime in 1998 by HMH Books for Young Readers. The child's book is 32 pages long and it offers colorfully illustrated pages. Lots of people proclaim they just don't have time to read, but reading is yet another good use of time, particularly with a good book. We would like you to get the best price when acquiring a child's book for your children, please visit our partners via the add to shopping cart button.
HMH Books for Young Readers
Author: Nancy Van Laan
- Number of Pages: 32
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
In the middle from the wide Argentine pampas there once grew a magic tree. Above this tree slept a bird so evil it could stop the rain from falling. Illustrated with charming folk-art-like paintings and retold with simplicity and drama, this legend of a child's courage and faith explains why Argentineans think that good luck can be found inside the shade of a carob tree. And not far from this tree lived a brave boy who a single day set out to save his village and all the creatures from dying of thirst.
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