Told in both Spanish and English, the stories in this collection celebrate the strength of women as found in the Hispanic folklore of northern New Mexico. This includes Joe’s most famous story, ”The Day It Snowed Tortillas.”
"Humor shines through the fabric of these fables, with bad guys finding that the joke is, invariably, on them." (Bookpaper)
"Our favorite storyteller, Joe Hayes, goes in for a bit of affirmative action in this collection of his Hispanic folktales. Every one of them features a woman heroine, every one of them is presented in Spanish and English, and every one of them is great fun in the best Joe Hayes style." (New Mexico Magazine)
"Children will delight in the tricks these clever women concoct." (Houston Post)
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