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Playing for the Devil's fire

Thirteen-year-old Boli lives in a small pueblo near Mexico City, a landscape destroyed by drug crime, and when his parents leave town and are not heard from, Boli hopes to inspire a luchador to help him find them.

Explore Mexico City

2020
Text and photographs look at the geography, history, economy, culture, food, and attractions of Mexico City.

My Mexico City kitchen

recipes and convictions
Chef Gabriela C?mara chronicles her childhood as the daughter of an Italian mother and Mexican father and how she came to her love of food. She describes what she considers the heart of Mexican cuisine, what food means to the people, and how traditional fare is created. Here, she presents some of her most popular Mexican recipes with a focus on sustainable foods.

Me, Frida, and the secret of the peacock ring

2019
"Paloma Marquez is traveling to Mexico City, birthplace of her deceased father, for the very first time. She's hoping that spending time in Mexico will help her unlock memories of the too-brief time they spent together. While in Mexico, Paloma meets Lizzie and Gael, who present her with an irresistible challenge: The siblings want her to help them find a valuable ring that once belonged to beloved Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Finding the ring means a big reward -- and the thanks of all Mexico. What better way to honor her father than returning a priceless piece of jewelry that once belonged to his favorite artist!"--Publisher.

How STEM built the Aztec Empire

2020
"The archaeological evidence of Tenochtitlan isn't just impressive from a historical perspective, it is also remarkable from a STEM standpoint, too. After all, it reveals one . . . fact about the Aztecs: they were an . . . advanced civilization who utilized many science, math, technology, and engineering practices in the construction of their metropolis. This fact is made evident by the . . . structures, artwork, and artifacts that this long-lost people left behind deep underneath present-day Mexico City. Throughout this text, we'll be exploring some of the achievements of the Aztecs and how this people who lived some 500 years ago was able to use . . . STEM skills to build one of the grandest cities in the Americas--and the world--at that time"--Provided by publisher.

How STEM built the Aztec Empire

"The archaeological evidence of Tenochtitlan isn't just impressive from a historical perspective, it is also remarkable from a STEM standpoint, too. After all, it reveals one . . . fact about the Aztecs: they were an . . . advanced civilization who utilized many science, math, technology, and engineering practices in the construction of their metropolis. This fact is made evident by the . . . structures, artwork, and artifacts that this long-lost people left behind deep underneath present-day Mexico City. Throughout this text, we'll be exploring some of the achievements of the Aztecs and how this people who lived some 500 years ago was able to use . . . STEM skills to build one of the grandest cities in the Americas--and the world--at that time"--Provided by publisher.

20 fun facts about Tenochtitlan

Take your readers on a trip back in time to learn all about Tenochtitl?n this ancient city, its takeover by Spanish conquistadors, and its eventual decline.
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Siete esqueletos decapitados

Sergio must understand his destiny to solve the murders that are taking place in Mexico City and save his own life.
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Ancient Aztec geography

"Geography and history come together as readers explore the ways the land and landscape influenced the ancient Aztec people"--Amazon.com.
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Mexico City

Welcome to Mexico City: The City of Palaces! Explore the Zo?alo, Chapultepec Park, and other iconic places around the city. Plus, learn fascinating factoids.
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