Into the Sunlit Splendor: Aviation Art of William S. Phillips

By: Henderson, Mary S.

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Eleven-year-old Sarah Stewart goes on a "vision quest" to discover her power to prevent the development of a desert canyon in the Southwest. With the aid of a Native-American guide, Sarah takes photographs (actually Doolittle's watercolor paintings) that she hopes will help save Magic Canyon. But in spite of her fascinating photos, the city council votes against purchasing the canyon as a wilderness land trust. When a national news magazine prepares a story about the girl and the vision quest, it discovers that the photos can be combined to create a breathtaking portrait of Mother Earth. When that picture appears on the magazine's cover, there is a national outpouring of support for saving Magic Canyon and other endangered wilderness. Part coming-of-age, part camouflage riddle, this is a book about the sacred circle of life and the preservation of the natural world that supports us.

Title: Into the Sunlit Splendor: Aviation Art of William S. Phillips

Author Name: Henderson, Mary S.

Categories: History - Transportation,

Publisher: The Greenwich Workshop Inc: January 1987

ISBN Number: 0867130040

ISBN Number 13: 9780867130041

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Used - Very Good

Seller ID: 52612