Stories, Resources, etc. related to Mexican Folklore
Aztec Mythology (Myth Encyclopedia Website)
Aztec Pantheon (gods and goddesses-crystallinks.com)
Mexican Mythology (MythEncyclopedia.com Website)
Mexican Folklore (americaninfo.net)
More legends, tales etc. (culturas.com)
A COLLECTION OF MEXICAN TALES
Stories from Folktale Books Sra. Wright has (you can get a paper copy if you select one of these as your project)
CITATION for ABOVE book (TALKING STONE, A MOTHER'S CURSE, THE RETURN OF QUETZALCOATL
Bierhorst, John. Latin American folktales: stories from Hispanic and Indian traditions. Pantheon, 2002. Print.
CITATION FOR SINGING TOAD
Amery, Heather. Stories from around the world. 2001. Print.
The Legend of La Llorona
Related to la Navidad
Mexican legend states that a child had no gift to leave at the nativity scene at his church during Christmas time and a ‘flor de nochebuena’ (poinsettia) appeared, out of nowhere! He took the flower to the manger in the church and during the mass it bloomed into the most beautiful gift ever!