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Nacar: The White Deer (Living History Library) Paperback – January 30, 2005
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Elizabeth Borton de Treviño Friendship springs up between a boy who has lost his voice and his mother at the same tragic moment, and an ailing albino deer sent from China as a gift to the King of Spain. It is Lalo's task to nurture the deer back to health so that he will be well enough for the voyage to Spain. This story of Mexico in 1630 follows young Lalo on his journey back to the Mountain of the Sleeping Lady. The journey and months the deer and the boy spend with Lalo's goats are full both of dangers found in a wild landscape and of charming incidents found in a people brimming with life and faith. As with any friendship there is sorrow as well as joy, and Lalo grows in wisdom and courage as he comes to accept even the uncertainties and difficulties of the trust he has been given. By the Newbery Award-winning author of My Heart Lies South.
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If you are looking for something well written, that provides children with an intimately inside view of another time in history, that reinforces strong positive values, and is a lovely tale, buy this book.
Please, introduce your children to Nacar the White Deer.
Nacar the White Deer is a gentle story easily read by kids and young as 10. It's light on the action and the "nuzzling" and "cuddling" might be a little much for your average young boy reader, but it's a good tale nonetheless with a bit of a surprise ending.