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    Cuentos folklóricos latinoamericanos

    398.2
    CUE

    Cuentos folklóricos latinoamericanos : fábulas de las tradiciones hispanas e indígenas

    Presents a collection of over one hundred Latin American folktales from the Hispanic and Indian traditions.

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    Non-fiction - JH & HSNon-fiction - JH & HS

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    The girl who helped thunder and other Native American folktales

    J
    398.2
    BRU

    The girl who helped thunder and other Native American folktales

    Bruchac, James.

    A collection of illustrated Native American folktales that features the title selection, along with other creation myths and animal fables from Cherokee, Cheyenne, Hopi, Lakota, Pawnee, Seminole, Seneca, and other tribes.

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    Non-Fiction - ElementaryNon-Fiction - Elementary

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    How Chipmunk got his stripes

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    398.2
    BRU

    How Chipmunk got his stripes : a tale of bragging and teasing

    Bruchac, Joseph, 1942-

    When Bear and Brown Squirrel have a disagreement about whether Bear can stop the sun from rising, Brown Squirrel ends up with claw marks on his back and becomes Chipmunk, the striped one.

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    Non-Fiction - ElementaryNon-Fiction - Elementary

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    The journey of Tunuri and the Blue Deer

    J
    398.2
    END

    The journey of Tunuri and the Blue Deer : a Huichol Indian story

    Endredy, James.

    Retells a traditional Huichol tale in which the young Tunuri learns his place in the natural world when, after being lost in the forest, he meets the magical Blue Deer and follows him on a special journey.

    Due 08/30/19

    Non-Fiction - ElementaryNon-Fiction - Elementary

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    Love and roast chicken

    J
    398.2
    KNU

    Love and roast chicken : a trickster tale from the Andes Mountains

    Knutson, Barbara.

    In this folktale from the Andes, a clever guinea pig repeatedly outsmarts the fox that wants to eat him for dinner.

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    Non-Fiction - ElementaryNon-Fiction - Elementary

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    Sootface

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    398.2
    SAN

    Sootface : an Ojibwa Cinderella story

    San Souci, Robert D.

    In this Ojibwa retelling of the Cinderella story, a Native American maiden called Sootface, who is mocked and mistreated by her two older sisters, wins a mighty invisible warrior for her husband with her kind and honest heart.

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    The princess and the warrior

    J
    398.2
    TON

    The princess and the warrior : a tale of two volcanoes

    Tonatiuh, Duncan.

    "... author Duncan Tonatiuh reimagines one of Mexico's ... legends. Princess Izta had many wealthy suitors but dismissed them all. When a mere warrior, Popoca, promised to be true to her and stay always by her side, Iztafell in love. The emperor promised Popoca if he could defeat their enemy Jaguar Claw, then Popoca and Izta could wed. When Popoca was near to defeating Jaguar Claw, his opponent sent a messenger to Izta saying Popoca was dead. Izta fell into a deep sleep and, upon his return, even Popoca could not wake her. As promised Popoca stayed by her side"--Provided by publisher.

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    The woman who outshone the sun

    J
    398.21
    ZUB

    The woman who outshone the sun : the legend of Lucia Zenteno = La mujer que brillaba aún más que el sol : la leyenda de Lucia Zenteno

    Zubizarreta-Ada, Rosalma.

    Retells the Zapotec legend of Lucia Zenteno, a beautiful woman with magical powers who is exiled from a mountain village and takes its water away in punishment.

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    Non-Fiction - ElementaryNon-Fiction - Elementary

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