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A Day That Changed America Lib/E: The Alamo
Contributor(s): Tanaka, Shelley (Author), Boyce, Susan (Read by)

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ISBN: 1935430602     ISBN-13: 9781935430605
Publisher: Blackstone Publishing
OUR PRICE: $16.96  

Binding Type: Compact Disc - See All Available Formats & Editions
Published: February 2012
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Additional Information
BISAC Categories:
- Juvenile Nonfiction | History - United States - 19th Century
Dewey: 979.461
Age Level: 8-12
Grade Level: 3-7
Physical Information: 1.3" H x 6.5" W x 6.1" (0.50 lbs)
Themes:
- Chronological Period - 19th Century
- Chronological Period - 1800-1850
- Chronological Period - 20th Century
- Cultural Region - Mid-South
- Cultural Region - Northern California
- Cultural Region - South
- Cultural Region - Western U.S.
- Cultural Region - West Coast
- Geographic Orientation - California
- Geographic Orientation - Texas
Features: Ikids, Unabridged
Review Citations: School Library Journal 07/01/2012
 
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Publisher Description:
They were fighting for Texas-fighting for the land they called home. For twelve long days, the men and women inside an old mission known as the Alamo defended it against the soldiers who surrounded them. But President Santa Anna was just as determined to keep Texas part of Mexico. He sent a message to the Texians behind the fortress walls-there would be no mercy for those inside. The Texians hung on as they waited for more men and supplies to come to their rescue. But no help came. Finally, in the predawn darkness of March 6, 1836, thousands of Mexican soldiers poured over the walls of the Alamo. The gruesome battle that followed would prove to be a turning point in American history. And Remember the Alamo would become the battle cry of the fight of Texas independence. The gripping story of the Alamo is told here through the eyes of two real-life survivors of the siege and battle-eight-year-old Enrique Esparza and Susanna Dickinson, the mother of baby Angelina.

Contributor Bio(s): Tanaka, Shelley: -

Shelley Tanaka is an award-winning children's book author and editor. She is the author of Amelia Earhart and Mummies: The Newest, Coolest & Creepiest from Around the World, as well as several other books in the I Was There series. She lives in Kingston, Ontario.

Boyce, Susan: -

Susan Boyce is an audiobook narrator and an actor who has worked onstage at Trinity Repertory Theater, Worcester Foothills Theater, the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland, and every major ragtime and traditional jazz festival in the United States. She has won three AudioFile Earphones Awards.


 
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