PRINCESS OF YUCATAN by Alice Alison Lida

PRINCESS OF YUCATAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Good story of the days of Aztec supremacy, with a slave Mayan girl and her blind grandfather as the central characters. He succeeds in deciphering, with her aid, Mayan carvings which lead him and his people to vast treasures and a lost city -- and buy them their freedom. Good adventure, with seemingly authentic details of life and setting. Intended for younger readers than the Erick Berry book.

Pub Date: Sept. 6th, 1939
Publisher: Longmans,Green