Cathy Moser Marlett

Cathy Moser Marlett is an illustrator of literacy materials for use in the indigenous languages of Mexico, working with SIL International. As the daughter of field linguists working with the Seris, she spent her childhood in the Seri village of Desemboque. Her illustrations have appeared in numerous publications, including People of the Desert and Sea: Ethnobotany of the Seri Indians and a trilingual Seri dictionary.
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Shells on a Desert Shore

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