A Quetzalcoatl Tale of Corn

A Quetzalcoatl Tale of Corn

Book - 1992
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Quetzalc#65533;atl tales are ancient legends from Mexico and Central America that have been passed down through the ages, primarily by oral tradition. The Quetzalc#65533;atl Tales Series, aimed at K-5 students, particularly in first and fifth grade, introduces young children to these wonderful stories with their sensitive portrayal of this rich and significant culture. These vividly illustrated texts are available in English and Spanish and are accompanied by teacher's guides that provide the archaeological and historical background of each story, as well as a wide range of engaging and educational activities for students.

A Quetzalc#65533;atl Tale of Corn tells how Quetzalc#65533;atl followed a trail of ants to the Mountain of Sustenance and stole maize from the gods to feed his people, while A Quetzalc#65533;atl Tale of Chocolate tells the story of Two Wind Deer, the boy who brought chocolate to the people of the earth. In A Quetzalc#65533;atl Tale of the Ball Game , Quetzalc#65533;atl saves his people from war by playing a game with a rubber ball against the Rain God and is rewarded for winning with jade and quetzal feathers.

Publisher: Carthage, Ill. : Fearon Teacher Aids/Simon & Schuster Supplementary Education Group, [1992], ©1992
ISBN: 9780866539654
0866539654
Branch Call Number: 398.0972 Pa
Description: 48 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Castle, Lynn
Panik, Sharon
Alternative Title: Tale of corn

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This traditional tale tells how corn, or maize, helped save the people of Central America from starving. Also available in Spanish.


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