, Random House, Inc. 1978 first edition. Summary: when his snowman comes to life, a little boy invites him home and in return is taken on a flight above beautiful cities and strange lands.
La Hija de la Serpiente Marina
. Legend of the Brazilian Tropical Forest adapted by her. It tells us how the Sea Serpents’s gift of darkness to his daughther brings night to the people of the rain forest. Troll Associats, USA. 1993. Folklore Brazil.
Rohmer, Harriet. Mother Scorpion Country. “La Tierra de la Madre Escorpion”
Stories from Central America
. Library of Congress Catalogin In- Publ. Data USA, 1987. Summary: A brave young Miskito Indian follows his wife from the land of the living to the spirit world. Bilingual version
The Story of Colors
. La Historia de los Colores. A folktale from the Jungles of Chiapas, Library of Congress-Cataloging -- in Publ. Data, 1999. A folktale from the Jungles of Chiapas, reveals some of the down to- earth wisdom of the indigenous peoples of Chiapas. They
to conserve their culture.
, Farrar Straus, and Giroux, 19 Union Square West New York 10003. Library of Congress, 1993. Summary: A sparrow is trapped in a New York subway train. Four people try to rescue it but only two speak English. Together they show us how strangers rise above the language, age, and cultural barriers that divide them. (for all ages).
Tomie de Paola.
La Leyenda del Pincel Indio
. The Putnam and Grosset Group, Library of Congress, 1993. Summary: Little Gopher follows his destiny, as revealed in a Dream-Vision, of becoming an artist for his people and eventually is able to bring the colors of the sunset down to the earth. Folktale of Indians of North America, retold by Tomie de Paola. Beautiful illustrations. (for 2
grade). Spanish version.
A Country Far Away
, an Afro-American story. 1988.
Mama, Do you love Me?
This universal story is set in the Artic, the characters are Native American. 1991.
Lovie Ai- Ling. Yeh-Shen,
a Cinderella Story from China
. (it is belived this is the oldest version) 1982.
The Greatest of All
. A Japanese Folk Tale. 1991.
A family in Singapore
. Series called “Families the world Over”. 1986.
. And Eskimo Folk Tale. 1990
Le Ballon Rouge
. 1976-1999 edited in France by Mame Tours.