Lucy's Dance
by Deb Vanasse
University of Alaska Press, 2011
Cloth: 978-1-60223-127-6 | Paper: 978-1-60223-126-9
Library of Congress Classification PZ7.V2755Lu 2011

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
A charming children’s book about the return of traditional dancing to one Yup’ik village, Lucy’s Dance tells the story of a little girl who is determined to help her grandfather demonstrate for the people of the town the beauty and complexity of old-style dancing. Threaded through the story are accounts of Yup’ik arts such as drumming, singing, and storytelling through dance, all brought to life with beautiful, full-color illustrations.

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