The Woman Who Climbed to the Sky [Tony Hillerman Copy, First Edition, 2001]

This is the full and detailed view of The Woman Who Climbed to the Sky by Margaret Coel. The introduction was written by Tony Hillerman.

This is a hardcover illustrated book with clear plastic slipcase, bound in yellow cloth-covered boards. The illustrations, including the front cover art, are by Phil Parks. The front cover illustration is of the moon seen through a small break in an otherwise overcast background of grey clouds. In front of the moon, protruding through the break in the clouds, is a stick, to which is attached a rope. About halfway between the stick and the bottom of the drawing, a woman with long black hair, wearing a short dress, is clinging to the rope. The author's name is printed in red above the drawing, and the book title is printed in yellow on either side of the dangling woman.

The back cover is blank. The title, author's name, and "A.S.A.R" are printed in white on the book's spine. The end papers are textured black. The inside front and inside back covers are blank.