Milagro of the Spanish Bean Pot by Emerita Romero-Anderson, Randall Pijoan


Milagro of the Spanish Bean Pot by Emerita Romero-Anderson, Randall Pijoan

When eleven-year-old Raymundo, of Spanish colonial New Mexico, overcomes his fear and asks a Native American woman to teach him to make clay pots, his faith and hard work lead to a miracle that saves both of their villages. Includes a glossary of Spanish terms.

About the Author

Emerita Romero-Anderson is a sixth-generation Hispana born and raised in San Luis, Colorado, and is a descendant of the town's earliest settlers in 1851. Retired from teaching, she is the author of two previous books for children, Grandpa s Tarima and Jose Dario Gallegos: Merchant of the Santa Fe Trail. She lives in San Luis, where she writes and is active in community and civic work.www.emeritaromeroanderson.comArtist and illustrator Randall Pijoan is a resident of Amalia in northern New

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128 pages


Emerita Romero-Anderson, Randall Pijoan
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Publication date

15th April 2011



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