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Leyendas y mitos - Legends and myths (Translated) (Bilingual Reader Series) My Elefants Publications staff

Leyendas y mitos - Legends and myths (Translated) (Bilingual Reader Series)

My Elefants Publications staff

Published October 31st 2012
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Kindle Edition
66 pages
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 About the Book 

A bilingual reader with scary ghost stories and terrifying tales of horror, presented in both Spanish and English. Edited and translated by My Elefants Publications.Originally published for your delight on the Día de los muertos (Day of the Dead,MoreA bilingual reader with scary ghost stories and terrifying tales of horror, presented in both Spanish and English. Edited and translated by My Elefants Publications.Originally published for your delight on the Día de los muertos (Day of the Dead, Nov. 1), these six brief stories started as urban or folk legends in Mexico and have now become part of the folklore of several Hispanic countries, especially La Llorona (The Weeping Woman).The stories are suitable for all ages, from little ones to adults — although parents and teachers might want to skip a couple of the scariest to avoid frightening the youngest tykes.1. Una visita en la noche — The night visitor2. El fantasma de la terminal del tren — The ghost at the train station3. Árboles carnívoros — Carnivorous trees--El árbol Yateveo — The “Now I see you” tree--El árbol carnívoro de Madagascar — The carnivorous Madagascar tree4. La calle del Puente del Clérigo — Clergyman’s Bridge Street5. Las campanas de la Basílica — The bells of the Basilica6. La Llorona — The Weeping Woman (six different versions through the ages)The last tale is probably the best-known one of the six, but you may not have heard the version that goes back to the Aztec gods...Other bilingual readers will follow:- Legends and Myths Vol 2 — not necessarily scary- Fairy Tales- English and Spanish classic fiction