Three children, two boys and a girl, sit atop the lap of a seated female in this lovely storyteller figurine by Jemez potter Linda Lucero Fragua. The woman, a shawl flowing over her head and shoulders and down her back, holds a book in one hand entitled “The Pueblo Story” and sits with three children atop her lap. A little girl rests higher on the woman’s lap, holding a book entitle “Story of Pottery,” while the two boys rest along one leg, one boy hovering over the shoulder of the other, both reading a book entitled ” The Story of Drum.” All figurines are clothed in either red, black, brown, or grey, or a combination of these colors, while the woman also features a painted necklace along her neck in buff, black, and red. Each of the figures’ mouths are open, while the woman showcases rosy cheeks and the border of her shawl painted in geometric patterns in grey,buff, red, and black. 6 1/4″ tall x 3 1/8″ wide x 5″ deep.