The photograph depicted (L-R), a report by a student named Aleah entitled, Through the Eyes of the Eagle, by Georgia Perez; a newspaper article from the publication, Navajo Nation, entitled, Navajo First Lady joins New Mexico First Lady to Celebrate Publication of Children Books on Diabetes Prevention, by George Hardeen; a flyer for the Eagle Books exhibit at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center; a flyer announcing the Festival of Eagles Children's Health Fair; a flyer for the Eagle Books exhibit at the Massachusetts Pequot Museum and Research Center; a flyer discussing the Eagle Adventure Program; a photo depicting students performing a play inspired by Eagle Books; a newspaper article entitled, Eagle books Could Teach American Indian Kids About Healthy Living, By Diana Marrero, a Gannett News Service, Green Bay Gazette, March 3rd, 2006; a photo of a child with an illustrated cut-out depicting the Coyote character from the Eagle Books series.
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