Milagro of the Spanish bean pot
Source:Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock, Tex., p.107 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb Curr PS3618 .O63 M55 2011
Keywords:Droughts--Fiction, Droughts--Juvenile fiction, Indian pottery--Fiction, Indian pottery--Juvenile fiction, Indians of North America--New Mexico--Fiction, Indians of North America--New Mexico--Juvenile fiction, Interpersonal relations--Fiction, Interpersonal relations--Juvenile fiction, Native American pottery--Fiction, Native Americans--New Mexico--Fiction, New Mexico--History--19th century--Fiction, New Mexico--History--19th century--Juvenile fiction, New Mexico--History--Fiction, Pottery--Fiction, Pottery--Juvenile fiction
Summary: 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.