The Farolitos of Christmas
First published in Fall 1995 to much acclaim, Rudolfo Anaya's warmly told tale of how the Christmas tradition of farolitos came to be has become a perennial favorite.
This season Hyperion Books for Children is proud to offer this special signed edition by Rudolfo Anaya, who has been called the godfather of Chicano literature.
This autographed volume, available while supplies last, radiates with the lights and joy of the Christmas season, making it the perfect gift to share with readers young and old.
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THE FAROLITOS OF CHRISTMASUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
The details of life in a New Mexico village ring with authenticity but Anaya's first picture book reads more like an anthropological exercise than a holiday tale. Luz is worried because her ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - AStall - LibraryThing
This book opens up our eyes to the cultures of the Hispanic people who live in pueblos. Luz is a young girl whose grandfather always cuts wood to light the way for the "shepherds" that come caroling ... Read full review