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Kid Cyclone Fights the Devil and Other Stories / Kid Ciclón se enfrenta a El Diablo y otras historias by Xavier Garza (eBook)

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Popular author Xavier Garza returns with another collection of stories featuring spooky characters from Mexican-American folklore. There's a witch that takes the shape of a snake in order to poison and punish those who disregard her warnings; green-skinned, red-eyed creatures called Chupacabras that suck the blood from wild pigs, but would just as soon suck the blood from a human lost in the night; and a young girl disfigured in a fire set by a scorned lover who gets her revenge as the Donkey Lady. Accompanied by the author's striking illustrations, the hair-raising stories in this collection are sure to lure even the most reluctant readers into its pages.

Publisher: Arte Publico Press
Product ID: APP9781558859708
Grades: Grades 3 - 6
Level(s): Primary, Intermediate, Middle School
Pages: 64
File Size: 1.61 MB
Whiteboard Compatible: Yes (Level 1)
ISBN (Digital Book): 9781558859708
ISBN (Physical Book): 9781558855991




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