This anthology honors Santa Fe's role as the foundation of New Mexican Hispanic culture.
Subjects: LiteratureNew MexicoAmerican West
"Anaya has retold a Mexican legend and made it his own with his spiritual prose. . .A beautifully written and illustrated title."--School Library Journal
This bilingual story of a grandfather's and grandson's faith, hope, and love is to be enjoyed by readers of all ages.
Sisters in Blue tells the story of two young women—one Spanish, one Puebloan—meeting across space and time.
Hotel Mariachi is a unique lens through which to view the history and culture of Mexicano California, and provides touching insights into the challenging lives of mariachi musicians.
Subjects: PhotographyMusicChicana and Chicano
The legend of the stouthearted man who moved mountains and rivers to create the most famous acequia in northern New Mexico is retold in both English and Spanish for a new generation of young readers.
Each song appears both in Spanish and English. For many, transcriptions of the musical notations are provided as well as graphic illustrations of dance technique.
The legend of La Llorona as retold by Rudolfo Anaya is storytelling anchored in a very human experience. His book helps parents explain to children the reality of death and the loss of loved ones.
Subjects: ChildrenChicana and ChicanoBilingual
This expanded new edition of the classic 1989 collection of essays about Aztlán weighs its value.
Subjects: Chicana and ChicanoLASA21
Nación Genízara examines the history, cultural evolution, and survival of the Genízaro people.
Subjects: American IndiansHistorySouthwestLASA21