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Sand to Stone and Back Againby Nancy Bo Flood
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A beautiful combination of photographs, drawings, and text illustrates the life cycle of sandstone in the landscape of the desert Southwest. Written for readers age four and up, this unique book features the many amazing forms of sand—from hoodoos to arches—revealing how change creates great beauty.
Nancy Bo Flood is a writer, a teacher, and a former counselor. She lives on the Navajo Reservation in northern Arizona.
Tony Kuyper is a photographer living in the heart of the Southwest near the small community of Shonto. He has been featured by Smart Photography magazine for their “Master Craftsman” series.
A unique picture book about the life cycle of sandstone and its many amazing forms.
About the Author
Nancy Bo Flood's work has focused primarily on children and young adults, whether as a writer, counselor, teacher, or parent. She has lived in Malawi, Africa, Hawaii, Japan, the western Pacific, and, most recently, the Navajo Nation Reservation.
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