The dead are beloved and remembered in Mexico, especially on November 1 and 2. November 1 is usually set aside to remember angelitos (little angels), family members who died as children. Those who died as adults are remembered on November 2. The Days of the Dead or Día de Muertos is a true festival. Mothers and grandmothers make special delicious foods, and beautiful flowers are gathered, all to honor the dead.
18 items
Clatter Bash!
A Day of the Dead Celebration
Book - 2004
Cooking the Mexican Way
By Rosa Coronado
Book - 2002
Day of the Dead
Book - 2009
Day of the Dead
Book - 2000
Day of the Dead
Book - 2004
Day of the Dead
A Mexican-American Celebration
Book - 1994
Days of the Dead
Book - 1994
El Día De Los Muertos
The Day of the Dead
Book - 2002
Día de Muertos in México
Oaxaca = Day of the Dead in Mexico. Oaxaca
Book - 1999
The Festival of Bones
El Festival De Las Calaveras : the Little-bitty Book for the Day of the Dead
Book - 2002
Fiesta!
Mexico's Great Celebrations
Book - 1992
Funny Bones
Posada and His Day of the Dead Calaveras
Book - 2015
Ghost Wings
Book - 2001
The Halloween Tree
Paperback - 1999
I Remember Abuelito
A Day of the Dead Story
Book - 2007
Maria Molina and the Days of the Dead
Book - 1994
Pablo Remembers
The Fiesta of the Day of the Dead
Book - 1993
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Paper Crafts for Day of the Dead
Book - 2008
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