The First Navajo Hogan Book
A “flip” book in English and Diné Bizaad.
The Story of the First Hogan (Áltsè Hooghan), is a 38 page, bilingual “flip” book with beautiful, full-color illustrations by Charles Yanito. Story is told by Don Mose, Jr. This is a “perfect-bound” book, measuring 8.5 x 11”. The story tells how the animals helped First man and First Woman discover the type of shelter or dwelling that they needed for a home.
Readers accompany First Man and First Woman on a journey to discover the ideal type of dwelling for the Navajo People. First Man and First Woman find inspiration and insights as to how to design a home for themselves and future generations, by visiting the homes of their animal neighbors.
This paperback book contains 20 pages and is realistically illustrated with original paintings created by Navajo artist, Charles Yanito.
The Story of the First Hogan is a traditional narrative as told by Don Mose, Jr.
38 page, bilingual “flip” book “perfect-bound” measuring 8.5 x 11
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