Land of Snails – Stories from the Bolivian Upper Rainforest
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Jacingo and the little boy may no longer exist but their legend will live forever.

Jacingo by Jaime Molina Escóbar

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Jacha-Tata by Jaime Molina Escóbar
with contributions from Huáscar I. Vega Ledo

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On January 6 is the feast of the Epiphany, when the Three Kings bring gifts for the children of Bolivia. This is a story set on the night before Epiphany, when children set out their shoes with letters to the kings.

The Three Magi by Huáscar I. Vega Ledo
(Based on the inspirations and contributions of Jaime Molina Escóbar)
Translator: Marcelo Villacres

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A Story of the All Saints Day Festival in the Amazon Rainforest.

Angel by Huáscar I. Vega Ledo
“All-Saints Day”, November, 1996
(Based on the inspirations and contributions of Jaime Molina Escóbar)

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