This compelling illustrated history book for children narrates the events surrounding one of the most conflictive times in Mexican history—the liberal period. In an accessible, engaging style addressed to a young audience, it described the dispute between liberals and conservatives. The book also provides charts and supplementary illustrations to make the reading experience even more interesting and amusing for children.
About the Author
Fabiola García is a teacher of modern and contemporary history at the Mora Research Institute in Mexico City. Some of her books include La entrada de las tropas estadounidenses a la ciudad de México and El Daily Picayune de Nueva Orleans en los años del conflicto con México.