The song of el coquí

and other tales of Puerto Rico

By Mohr, Nicholasa & Martorell, Antonio

Publishers Summary:
A collection of three folktales which reflect the diverse heritage within the Puerto Rican culture.

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ISBN
978-0-67085-837-8
Publisher
New York : Viking, c1995.


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School Library Journal

Reviewed on August 1, 1995

Gr 1-3 A wonderful collection of three Puerto Rican folktales. In the first one, the god Huracan is frustrated because of the silence around him. One day he awakens to the sound of "coqui, coqui"; he sings with the little frog, and soon all the other animals join in, each in its own distinct voice. The second tale involves a guinea hen who ends up on a ship en route to Puerto Rico. When she arrives, the people fear her and try to kill her. She esc...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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