South American Folktales
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Aletom and the Falling Sky (Mocovi
Best-loved folktales of the world.
By Cole, Joanna and Schwartz, Jill Karla.
Gauchada by C. DREW LAMM,
Golden tales : myths, legends,
and folktales from Latin America / retold and illustrated by Lulu Delacre.
Huatya Curi and the Five Condors
James the Vine Puller: A Brazilian
Folktale by Martha Bennett Stiles, Larry Thomas (Illustrator)
Latin American Folktales : Stories
from Hispanic and Indian Traditions (Pantheon Fairy Tale & Folklore
Library.)by JOHN BIERHORST
Love & roast chicken by Knutson
from the Andes area
Mira and the Stone Tortoise (Kulina
Moon Rope/Un lazo a la luna by
Mother Scorpion Country by Harriet
Oppossum and the great firemaker
by Mike, Jan A.
Quetzalcoatl: A Tale of Corn by
Rain Player by David Wisnieswki
Rosa Raposa by F. Isobel Campo
Song of the Sun (Aztec myth)
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Tatterhood and Other Tales: Stories
of Magic and Adventure by Ethel Johnston Phelps, Pamela Baldwin Ford (Illustrator)
The Dancing Turtle: A Folktale
from Brazil by Pleasant Despain
The Llama's Secret: A Peruvian
Legend by Argentina Palacios
The Magic Bean Tree : A Legend
from Argentina by Nancy Van Laan
The Magic Orange Tree : and Other
Haitian Folktales by DIANE WOLKSTEIN
The Moon People (Carib myth)
The Sea Serpent's Daughter: A
Brazilian Legend by Margaret H. Lippert
The invisible hunters : a legend
from the Miskito Indians of Nicaragua Rohmer, Harriet and Sam, Joe.
The legend of the poinsettia :
a Christmas story by dePaola, Tomie.
The tale of Rabbit and Coyote
by Johnston, Tony and dePaola, Tomie. Tales from silver lands by Finger,
Zorro and Quwi: tales of a trickster
guinea pig Hickox, Rebecca (Brazil)
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