Only the Mountains Do Not Move


…The accessible text offers a solid if not deep introduction to the Maasai people, and Reynolds’ sharp photographs provide plenty of visual information in striking portraits of tribe members as well as landscape and animal images. Reynolds combines documentary chronicle (“Ole Kiyaa’s young son, Washon, brings a stool for his father to sit on while he plays”) with general factual tidbits (“Maasai children respect their elders and appreciate the work they do for the family”), adding an immediacy to the cultural information that will appeal to young readers…