Folk Art Books

A visually stunning alphabet book that introduces children to the world’s wildlife through recently discovered masterpieces by the Kuna Indians of Panama. Colorful reverse appliqué and detailed embroidery teach visual discrimination and fascinate both children and adults.

MacGonegal’s Zoo

In Oaxaca, Mexico, carved wooden animals might have purple feet, flowers on their faces and polka dot backs. This alphabet book is a collection of museum quality sculptures that are so colorful and child-like that they delight youngsters of all ages. It is a glorious introduction to Mexican folk art.

Molas are an indigenous art form.

they are wildly imaginative, colorful and exciting textiles made by the kuna women of the San Blas lslands off the coast of Panama. The molas in this book illustrate stories from the Old Testament and are all from the author's collection