The Farolitos of Christmas: A New Mexico Christmas Story
When Luz's father has not returned home and her abuelo is to ill to cut wood for luminaries, Luz anticipates a sad Christmas. Using her limited resources, Luz makes farolitos with paper bags and candles. The farolitos guide the way of the pastores and brighten the christmas night.
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Abuelo stood afternoon Luz Anaya bags biscochitos bonfires brightly colored yarn catch fall child in Bethlehem chile Christmas Eve Christmas tree church coat and mittens cold dark decorated the Christmas door empanaditas falling stars farolitos shone father Gila glowed brightly grandfather happy hot chocolate hundred farolitos laughed light the farolitos light the luminarias light the wood little pies stuffed looked at abuelo luminarias this Christmas Luz and Reina Luz answered Luz looked Luz nodded Luz put Luz smiled Luz thought Luz's house Luz's mother MEXICO CHRISTMAS STORY Mexico Magazine mother and abuelo nacimiento neighbors night osha popcorn posole pueblo put the candles Reina asked Reina decorate Reina the secret Reina's house Reina's mother San Miguel Santa Claus Santo Clos Santo Nino shepherds small candles snow fell softly stop stove stuffed with sweet sugar tamales tell Reina tree at school warm window wisps of snow