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  • Day of the Dead

    Day of the Dead $9.95

    The Day of the Dead is a special holiday celebrated in many places like Mexico and parts of the United States to honor people who have died. It's celebrated between October 31 and November 2 and there are costumes, but no...

  • Domitila: A Cinderella Tale from the Mexican Tradition

    Domitila: A Cinderella Tale from the Mexican Tradition $25.50

    Domitila is not only "sweeter than a cactus bloom in early spring," she is also a talented cook and an amazing leather artist. Most of the classical elements of a Cinderella story can be found in Domitila. A gentle weaving...

  • M Is for Mexico

    M Is for Mexico $22.00

    In this photographic World Alphabet book, top Mexican author-photographer Flor de Maria Cordero introduces young readers to the culture of Mexico with authentic detail. Ranging from food and drink to the lively...

  • Pinatas and Smiling Skeletons: Celebrating Mexican Festivals

    Pinatas and Smiling Skeletons: Celebrating Mexican Festivals $24.50

    Pi+???-+atas, mariachis, and marigolds . . . Mexico's colorful festivals are exciting and serious, familiar and unique, blending the cultures of her ancient people and of Spain, creating new traditions for modern times. Here...

  • The Spirit of T+???+-?¡o Fernando: A Day of the Dead Story (Spanish-English)

    The Spirit of T+???+-?¡o Fernando: A Day of the Dead Story (Spanish-English) $9.99

    It's the Day of the Dead and Nando and his mother are going to honor Tío Fernando. Nando, named for Uncle Fernando, listens as his mother tells him that later, at the cemetary, they will meet with Tío...

  • The Tale of La Llorona: A Mexican Folktale

    The Tale of La Llorona: A Mexican Folktale $8.95

    AY-EEEE! A spooky howl pierces the dark night. Is it the wind? Or is it the ghost called La Llorona? La Llorona is said to haunt moonlit roads and riverbanks, crying for her lost children. Before she became a ghost, La...

  • The Weeping Woman / La Llorona (Spanish-English)

    The Weeping Woman / La Llorona (Spanish-English) $10.95

    La Llorona (yoh-RROH-nah), now available for the first time in a full-color paperback, is the ghost story to end all ghost stories and truly the most popular cuento of Hispanic America. This story of the weeping woman...

  • What Can You Do With A Rebozo?

    What Can You Do With A Rebozo? $18.99

    A cradle for baby, a superhero's cape, a warm blanket on a cool night--there are so many things you can do with a rebozo. Through the eyes of a young girl, readers are introduced to the traditional shawl found in many...