Los bucaneros y el Templo del Jaguar – 5 pack

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SKU: 9781947006157 Categories: , , , Product ID: 23011

Description

Same-action packed historical adventure previously published as La Vampirata

SOLD IN MULTIPLES OF 5. Cost per book is $7

Bulk discount: For orders of 25 or more books, the cost per book is $6

Los bucaneros y el  Templo del Jaguar is an easy Spanish reader containing just 240 new vocabulary words and many English-Spanish cognates.

Chapter One preview:  Los bucaneros y el Templo del Jaguar Capitulo Uno

“A good story! At first I assigned myself a chapter or two at a time, but soon found myself reading on, really wanting to know what would happen next…I want know what happens to Sara and the emerald.” Dr. Stephen Krashen

Past tenses

Deep in the dense Colombian jungle a mysterious emerald has been plundered by an odd band of backstabbing pirates. An unlikely character, Sara Gomez, is thrust into the action. With fang-like teeth and inexplicable nocturnal walks, she is no longer safe in her vampire-frenzied community. But alas, in 1741 the high seas are just as dangerous as lingering with landlubbers.

Notas
Themes and places for you to explore further:
* Vampires in Rhode Island– especially Mercy Brown of Exeter, RI
* Piracy in the American Colonies– Thomas Tew of Rhode Island, Sam Bellamy of MA
* Religious tolerance and intolerance
* Colonization– Spanish conquistadors compared to New England colonists
* Economic role of port cities
* Piracy in the Caribbean
* Female pirates– Anne Bonney, Mary Read
* Amsterdam
* Spanish Inquisition
* Gómez, López– last names of Sephardic Jews in the American Colonies
* Newport as a safe haven for Jews since 1647, oldest active synagogue in North America since 1763
* Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson– separation of church and state, religious tolerance
* Dominican Republic and Colombia
* Emeralds– Colombia produces 60% of the world’s supply
* Cartagena– port city for Spanish fleet system– Tierra Firme
* Don Blas de Lezo– a one-eyed, one-armed, one-legged Spaniard who defended Cartagena against the British and American Colonists in April 1741
* Weather/geography– New England, Dominican Republic, Cartagena, jungle of Colombia
* Architecture– patios, balconies, influence of colonizing country
* Jaguars in Native American cultures
* Tayrona Indians
* Lost City– Ciudad Perdida south of Santa Marta, Colombia– fictional site of novel’s Temple
* Bullying, judging others, self-esteem, self-worth, risk-taking

Additional information

Weight .79 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 5 × 1.25 in

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