Chelsea has a niggling feeling that it is time to leave San Francisco. As an artist and a creative, she finds that life in the bay area is a little stale for her which seems to be affecting not only her art, but also every fiber of her being. So, she decides to build a new lifestyle for herself that will allow her to travel all over the world, practice her art, meet new people and build community with them. And she is going to do it all with her best pal, her motorcycle named The Phoenix.
Chelsea’s new life and lifestyle are almost brought to an abrupt halt when a catastrophic event occurs while she and The Phoenix are riding - alone - in a Mexican desert. Will her trusty companion start again or will Chelsea’s vision end before it really has a chance to begin?
- 300 unique words, 4600 words total
- 42 pages of text, plus a glossary
- written in past tense
- the story is told in first person singular
- Neutral Spanish with several Latin-American characteristics: more use of personal pronouns than in Spain, and the use of 'ustedes' instead of 'vosotros'.
- setting: US and Mexico
Proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated by the author to Las Manos de Christine: www.lasmanosdc.org
Information for teachers
Students of Spanish have access to rich vocabulary, a review of the present tense in context through a story whose cultural content also presents topics worthy of discussion.
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