Rain player

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The ancient Mayan belief that the future was divinely decreed and could not be changed is the basis for this original tale of a boy who must defeat the Rain God in a ball game to save his people from disaster.Mayan art and architecture were the inspiration for the spectacular cut-paper artwork.
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Grouped Work ID b46d186a-9adc-d15b-89df-fb81805313e4
Grouping Title rain player
Grouping Author wisniewski david
Grouping Category book
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author Wisniewski, David.
author_display Wisniewski, David
display_description To bring rain to his thirsty village, Pik challenges the rain god to a game of pok-a-tok.
id b46d186a-9adc-d15b-89df-fb81805313e4
isbn 9780395551127
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primary_isbn 9780395551127
publishDate 1991
record_details ils:a100021|Book|Books||English|Clarion Books,|[c1991]|1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 24 x 29 cm.
recordtype grouped_work
subject_facet Games -- Fiction, Games -- Stories, Indians of Central America -- Juvenile fiction, Indians of Central America -- Stories, Mayas -- Juvenile fiction, Mayas -- Stories
title_display Rain player
title_full Rain player / story and pictures by Davis Wisniewski
title_short Rain player
topic_facet Games, Indians of Central America, Mayas, Stories