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Napi Goes to the Mountain by Antonio Ramirez

Napi Goes to the Mountain

by Antonio Ramirez

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When their father disappears one day, Napí and her little brother Niclé decide to leave their village to find him. They set off upriver on a raft. As they go, their search assumes a magical quality and becomes a journey of self-discovery. Turtles carry the raft on their backs; the children are transformed into deer; and other animals offer help and advice. Finally, an armadillo tells them that if they return home, they will find a big surprise awaiting them.

Featuring richly evocative art by the award-winning illustrator Domi, Napí Goes to the Mountain has the imaginative interest and timeless appeal of the Mexican folk culture that inspired it.

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When her father doesn't return from work, Nap and her brother, Nicl, set out on their own to find him.

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