Books for Spanish Teachers

A Woman’s Survival Guide to

Holidays in Mexico 

What do you really know about Mexican holidays? A Woman’s Survival Guide to Holidays in Mexico is a comprehensive guidebook to Mexican celebrations. It answers how, when, and why these festivities are observed not from abstract research but personal experience. Because moving to a new country can be daunting, learning about the patriotic, religious, and civil festival days will help you understand some of what makes up the Mexican culture and allow you to become more fully immersed in the amazingly diverse world of Mexico. Viva!



Playing Tourist in Mexico: A Collection of Adventures from Women Traveling in Mexico

Have you ever wondered what Mexico is really like? In Playing Tourist in Mexico: A Collection of Adventures from Women Traveling in Mexico, you can share in the travels of seven women to 45 different locations throughout Mexico.

Not only are places like Mexico City and the beaches of Baja California included, but also remote but equally delightful places like Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato, the birthplace of independence, and Paracho de Verduzco, Michoacan, a mountain town dedicated to handcrafting guitars.

You’ll see a different beauty in Mexico through the eyes of these women as they galavant hither and yon experiencing the sights, tastes, and sounds of this amazing country.

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The History of Moroleon for Kids

The History of Moroleon for Kids is a short illustrated coloring book designed for children about Moroleon, Guanajuato, Mexico. When and by whom was the town founded? Who were the original inhabitants? How did it play a part in the historical conflicts in Mexico? What traditions are still practiced today? Find out these answers and more!


Also available in Spanish!