• La ratona que sabía ladrar (Cuba)
  • La casa embrujada (Peru)
  • El collar de oro (New Mexico)
  • El hijo-ladrón (Guatemala)

LINKS: Why The Rooster Crows in the MorningSimple Stories in Spanish (legends)A World of StoriesCuentos Infantiles (podcasts)Los loros disfrazados (leyenda)LORO coloring pageMitos y leyendas para niñosLas manchas del sapo- videocuento y leyenda, La Mariposa- Storytelling

Listen to the Cuban folktale The Barking Mouse below (ends at 4:21). It is in English and Spanish, and a great story!

Traditional children’s song from Cuba. Listen for “gatico (cat), ratón (mouse), & queso/cheese (“K-so”)” in the song.