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22852   Juan Diego's Miracle: Traditional Mexican Tales: Part Two  
Tony Cantu
In December 1531, a decade after the Spanish conquest of Mexico, a poor Indian named Juan Diego was making his way to church. As he reached the Hill of Tepeyac, he began to ... Issue Date: 1 / 2003

22749   Light to the World: Three Traditional Mexican Tales  
Tony Cantu

Before there was light, the gods of Teotihuac‡n--the city of gods near Mexico City--gathered in their temple to discuss who among them would illuminate the world. The task ...
Issue Date: 12 / 2002

18269   La Llorona: The Tales of the Weeping Women  
Martha Oehmke Loustaunau
Sometimes, just at dusk, as the darkness begins to descend in southern New Mexico, wisps of mist begin to rise off the Rio Grande and the desert willows on the banks rustle and ... Issue Date: 10 / 1990

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