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A Quetzalcoatl Tale of Chocolate

Marilyn Parke

A Quetzalcoatl Tale of Chocolate

Picture Book (Legends from Mexico and Central America)

by Marilyn Parke

  • 294 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Fearon Teacher Aids .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11055696M
ISBN 100866539581
ISBN 109780866539586

I created my first children’s story book, “The Legend of Maize: Quetzalcoatl and the Corn Plant,” for a Cinco de Mayo party at my English training center in Beijing. I couldn’t find any other book in our library to use at the party, so I found the legend of Quetzalcoatl and retold it using art I . Quetzalcoatl pronounced Keh-tzal-coh-WAH-tul and roughly translated as the "Feathered Serpent", the "Plumed Serpent" or the "Quetzal-Feathered Serpent", is the name of an important Mesoamerican deity who was worshiped throughout the region in one form or another for 1, years.

  Thursday’s Tale: The Legend of Chocolate. July 7, , am Novem Quetzalcoatl invited other gods to reign over the Toltecas, as well. Tlaloc was the god of rain, and also served as a creator of life. Xochiquetzal was the wife of Tlaloc. The god Quetzalcoatl, is the Feathered Serpent or Precious Twin. He is the god intelligence and self-reflection, a patron of priests. Quetzalcoatl is a primordial god of creation, a giver of life. With his opposite Tezcatlipoca he created the world. Quetzalcoatl is also called White Tezcatlipoca, to contrast him to the black Tezcatlipoca. As the Lord of the East he is associated with the.

Quetzalcoatl last edited by fables87 on 11/16/18 PM View full history He is the god of the Morning Star(Sun) and Venus. He is one of the most powerful Aztec gods. Quetzalcóatl (pron. Quet-zal-co-at) was one of the most important gods in ancient god known as the Plumed Serpent is a mix of bird and rattle snake and his name is a combination of the Nahuatl words for the quetzal - the emerald plumed bird - and coatl or serpent. He was also known as Kukulkán to the Maya, Gucumatz to the Quiché of Guatemala, and Ehecatl to the Huastecs of.


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A Quetzalcóatl Tale of Chocolate (Quetzalcóatl Tales Series) Paperback – May 1, by Marilyn Haberstroh (Author), Sharon Panik (Author), Lynn Castle (Illustrator) & out of 5 stars 2 ratings.

See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(2). item 3 Quetzalcoatl Tale of Chocolate: Picture Book by Parke, Marilyn - Quetzalcoatl Tale of Chocolate: Picture Book by Parke, Marilyn.

$ Free shipping. item 4 A QUETZALCOATL TALE OF CHOCOLATE (QUETZALCOATL TALES By Sharon Panik *Excellent* - A QUETZALCOATL TALE OF CHOCOLATE (QUETZALCOATL TALES By Sharon Panik *Excellent*. Quetzalcoatl tales are ancient legends from Mexico and Central America that have been passed down through the ages, primarily by oral tradition.

The Quetzalcoatl Tales Series, aimed at K-5 students, particularly in first and fifth grade, introduces young children to these wonderful stories with their sensitive portrayal of this rich and. Sharon Panik is the author of A Quetzalcóatl Tale of Chocolate ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Un cuento de Quetzalcoatl ( a /5.

A Quetzalcoatl Tale of Corn tells how Quetzalcoatl followed a trail of ants to the Mountain of Sustenance and stole maize from the gods to feed his people, while A Quetzalcoatl Tale of Chocolate tells the story of Two Wind Deer, the boy who brought chocolate to the people of the earth.

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The legend of Chocolate I have been researching the story of chocolatl, (chocolate in Nahuatl, the language of the Aztecs) because this is one of Mexico's contributions to the world. I think the story of the cacao bean and its transformation into a frothy, rich drink and wonderful dessert that delights millions of people would make a lovely to.

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I enjoyed reading the tale of Quetzalcoatl and watching your video. I guess there's something really special about chocolate. At the end of a long horrible day, a big cup of hot chocolate can definitely make me feel better; it always has a soothing effect on me.

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Free shipping for many products. A Quetzalcóatl Tale of Corntells how Quetzalcóatl followed a trail of ants to the Mountain of Sustenance and stole maize from the gods to feed his people, whileA Quetzalcóatl Tale of Chocolatetells the story of Two Wind Deer, the boy who brought chocolate to the people of the : Marilyn Haberstroh.

Get this from a library. Un cuento de Quetzalcóatl acerca del chocolate. [Marilyn Parke; Sharon Panik; Lynn Castle; María Elena Méndez Robbins] -- "Los cuentos de Quetzalcóatl son leyendas antiguas de Mexico y la America Central que se han pasado de una generación a otra prinicipalmente por medio del cuento.

Ahora usted puede introducir a los. Mexican culture is rich in history and traditions, many reflected in legends, fables and myths.

Here follows the legend of cocoa-chocolate and the mythical god Quetzalcoatl. This ancient legend recounts the story of how the god Quetzalcoatl gave the Toltecs precious cocoa grains. This generous god wanted his people to be well fed and by being healthy dedicate themselves to improve and be the.

This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Looking for books by Sharon Panik. See all books authored by Sharon Panik, including Un cuento de Quetzalcoatl, and A Quetzalcoatl Tale of Chocolate: Picture Book (Legends from Mexico and Central America), and more on.

If you can’t imagine life without chocolate, you’re lucky you weren’t born before the 16th century. Until then, chocolate only existed as a bitter, foamy drink in Mesoamerica.A Quetzalcóatl Tale of Corn tells how Quetzalcóatl followed a trail of ants to the Mountain of Sustenance and stole maize from the gods to feed his people, while A Quetzalcóatl Tale of Chocolate tells the story of Two Wind Deer, the boy who brought chocolate to the people of the earth.The legend of Quetzalcoatl is of interest as a corroborative element in supporting the Book of Mormon, but it is by no means a critical element of anybody's belief.

The association is intriguing to the LDS, as even the critics agree that certain elements of the legend are consistent with the Book of Mormon teaching that Jesus Christ appeared in.