El Salvador: The People and Culture
El Salvador is a mix of native and Spanish customs and traditions. This attractive new book introduces children to the fascinating history and celebrations of the Salvadoran people and highlights their art, folklore, and literature.
A tale of the first human
Life in the countryside
The flavors of El Salvador
ancient Mayan animals artisans baby Jesus bananas bananos en gloria beach beans became birthday called Cancio’n celebrate Central America central El Salvador Christian church city’s civil clothes coconuts corn country’s countryside cousins cumbia Easter eastern El Salvador eggs enjoy escondelero family and friends farmers favorite Fernando Llort festival fiesta ﬂowers FMLN folk music gods handicrafts holiday Honduras houses Hunabku instruments Josť Julia kernel killed La Navidad La Palma Mama marimba Maya meal military nacimientos names and worship Native Navidad nearby Olmec paint Palma Panchimalco party Pascua Pedro de Alvarado Pipil plantations play players plaza popular priest Pupusas rebels rice Roman Catholic Romero Salvadorans eat San Miguel San Salvador sing skillet Soccer Soccer War sorpresas Spain Spanish language Spanish rule Spanish settlers speak Spanish statue of Christ streets Suchitoto Sunday tambor Tata Today tortillas town traditional dance village workers