Rebeldes de Tejas

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In 1835, thousands of illegal US citizens are pouring into the Mexican territory of Texas. When Mexican dictator Santa Anna discovers they have seized the Alamo, he is determined to kill or drive all of them out of Texas. Through the eyes of historical figures, experience posadas, tejano culture and three battles that changed Mexico forever.

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  • 300 unique words
  • 94 pages of text
  • written in past tense
  • Neutral Spanish with Latin-American characteristics.
  • setting: Mexico and Texas


"I'm in awe of how the author created such a dynamic story around historical facts in simple Spanish that is very accessible to beginners."


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Author: Mira Canion
Year of publication: 2009
Number of pages: 94, plus a glossary
ISBN: 9781934958568
Illustrated: Yes
| Jeannette 05-11-2018 15:49

De grens tussen Mexico en Texas. Ook nu weer actueel. Kijk voor de hoofdpersonen op Wikipedia; ze hebben allemaal echte geleefd! Machtsverhoudingen, vechtersbazen, slachtoffers, intriges etc .. alle Spaanse woorden hiervoor komen veelvuldig langs. De zinnen zijn kort en makkelijk te overzien. Jammer dat de topografische kaartjes zo klein en onduidelijk zijn.,

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