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Charro Claus and the Tejas Kid

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Vincent, visiting his Tío Pancho on Christmas Eve, is surprised to discover that his uncle is Santa Claus’s cousin. Santa has come to Pancho’s farm on the Mexico-Texas border asking for help delivering presents to the children living along that border. Of course Pancho agrees, and with the help of Santa’s magic, becomes “Charro Claus”. Instead of a red suit, he wears a golden mariachi outfit; his old wagon and little burros (renamed the “Flying Burritos”) are his means of transportation. This charming story will be embraced by children who do not see their lieves reflected in the traditional snowy Santa tales. Recommended.
- July 23, 2009 

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