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Creepy creatures and other cucuys

by Xavier Garza

  • 133 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Piñata Books in Houston, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas.
    • Subjects:
    • Tales -- Texas.,
    • Folklore -- Texas.

    • About the Edition

      Presents the author"s retellings of fifteen traditional tales heard during his childhood in southern Texas.

      Edition Notes

      StatementXavier Garza.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ8.1.G1683 Cr 2004
      The Physical Object
      Pagination72 p. :
      Number of Pages72
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3303299M
      ISBN 10155885410X
      LC Control Number2004044313
      OCLC/WorldCa54537415

      Local author Xavier Garza shares the story of “Another Duende Story” from his book Creepy Creatures and Other Cucuys. We hope you Enjoy! Comment below about some of your favorite cucuy stories you grew up listening to. Garza has exhibited his art and performed his stories in venues throughout Texas, Arizona and Washington. Garza and his wife live in San Antonio, Texas. He published his first book, Creepy Creatures and Other Cucuys (Arte Público Press), in

      Arte Publico Press published his first solo book, "Creepy Creatures and other Cucuys," on May of Xavier Garza is currently working on "The Man in the Silver Mask: A Lucha Libre Cuento," a children’s book that is being published by Cinco Puntos Press on April of Creepy Creatures and Other Cucuys, Piñata Books (Houston, TX), Lucha Libre: The Man in the Silver Mask (bilingual English/Spanish), Cinco Puntos Press (El Paso, TX), Juan and the Chupacabras/Juan y el chupacabras, illustrated by April Ward, Piñata Books (Houston, TX),

        His first publication was Creepy Creatures and Other Cucuys (Piñata Books, ), a collection of short stories for intermediate readers based on traditional tales of the supernatural. This book highlights many of the mythical creatures and ghosts that Hispanic families have told their relatives about for generations. He published his first book, Creepy Creatures and Other Cucuys (Arte Publico Press), in Lucha Libre: The Man in the Silver Mask was released in Spring by Cinco Puntos Press and quickly became a hit among children and lucha libre fans. Lucha Libre won an Honor Book, Américas Award and a STARRED REVIEW from Críticas Magazine.


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Creepy creatures and other cucuys. [Xavier Garza] -- Presents the author's retellings of fifteen traditional tales heard during his childhood in southern Texas.

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