Books about the Mexican ghost La Llorona, the weeping woman.

The legend of la Llorona is one of Mexico's most iconic ghost stories, and has been passed down from parent and grand parent to their children for generations. Here are some books, mostly childrens' books, that either explore or have been created inspired by this legend.
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12 books · 5 voters · list created July 6th, 2013 by Yuyi Morales (votes) .
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message 1: by Suzy (new)

Suzy I'm hesitant to add this book to the list because la Llorona is just one part of it, but she figures into Michael Chabon's book "Summerland."


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