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In the Land of the Jaguar: South America and Its People Hardcover – September 11, 2007
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—School Library Journal
About the Author
Andrej Krystoforski was born in Poland during World War II. After earning a master’s degree from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, he began working as an illustrator and designer. Several years after receiving an art scholarship from the Kosciusko Foundation in New York, he emigrated to the United States. Andrej won many national and international awards before moving to Canada, where his interest in animation led to his involvement in the creation of many television shows and features including Pippi Longstocking, Heidi, Seven Little Monsters, Little Bear, Bob and Margaret, and Max and Ruby. Today, Andrej Krystoforski lives in Canada, creating children’s and young adult book illustrations.
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I do understand that most of the Spanish were greedy, but you have to understand that the Spanish saw the natives for what they were, and they were afraid of them. I do understand that not all the natives were bad. Some weren't, but most were. But Darwin and his theory is just wrong. It has been tested and found wanting, and yet we still teach it as real truth. For one we have not found one real missing link that isn't made up of monkey/human bones from some old cave. For two scientists have tested the million year old theory and it doesn't hold water. The sun would be older and redder.
I never intend to open this piece of garbage ever again.