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The Things I Learned at Uncle Iggy’s, Published 2007

The Things I Learned at Uncle Iggy’s, Written and illustrated by Ignacio. This book is 26 pages long, filled with valuable information for all ages. Though it was primarily written for children, Ignacio has been told by readers that it holds much value for adults as well. Book is for children in age range from 3 and above.

Many parents, future parents, grandparents have shown great interest in this book as having a message that many have forgot and on top of this it teaches counting in English and Hawaiian. Even teenagers have indicated that they would love to have the book in their collection.

The artwork and idea was inspired by Ignacio’s love of children and also by educators that dedicate their life to the improvement of education. Ignacio hopes this book will be a gift for children and adults alike and that its message will be remembered and shared for generations.

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About Author

administratorIgnacio is blessed to have Kiowa Apache and Cherokee heritage and to be the receptacle of many stories passed down to him from his Apache grandfather; he is one of three in the world to speak his dialect of Apache! He holds an M.A. in Anthropology/Archaeology from the University of Arizona. Ignacio has studied and lived with native elders and traditional medicine practitioners from Apache, Dineh, Mixtec, Aztec, Oaxacan, Queche, Nazca and Hawaiian heritage from Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oaxaca Mexico, Nazca Peru and Hawaii. His desire is to share this knowledge with children and parents through the medium of children’s books. He is also a self made chef and has a catering business, ponoainacatering.com. He harvests and prepares fresh, local and wild foods in traditional ways. He codes for iPhone apps and has many other talents!