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Alamo Wars

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Josephine Miss Mac McKeever had taught English and theatre arts at Rosemont Middle School for so long that that her colleagues sometimes joked that she would die in the classroom. So when she does just that, students, teachers, and administrators are stunned. After getting over the initial shock of losing their colleague, the staff agrees that they need to do something ...more
Paperback, 187 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Pinata Books
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One day, I decided to pick a random book off the e-reader. This was the lucky winner.

I truly enjoyed the story. I felt a bit disconnected, though, by the changing points of view. I wonder if students are truly interested in the behind-the-scenes politics of the teachers' lounge.

I felt that some of the storylines remained undecided by the end of the book. I liked the Spanish touch and analogy between illegal aliens of Texas history and in the news.

I liked the story enough to select another book b
Jacob Hughes
Mar 27, 2015 Jacob Hughes rated it did not like it
This book is called Alamo Wars its about a young golden glove boxer that lives in Texas. In this story there are defending the Alamo against Santa Anna's Mexican army. There defending the Alamo because its the schools treasure and the Mexican what to destroy it. in the middle of class there was an earthquake it was a 3.5 and the Alamo was destroyed by the earthquake.

I did not like this book at ALL! The book was just stupid all it had was just like going back to elementary school. Just all it wa
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Ray Villareal, a native of Dallas, Texas, and one of nine children, received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from Southern Methodist University in 1981. Ten years later he completed his Masters of Liberal Arts degree from the same university. He worked for thirty years as a classroom teacher and instructional reading coach in the Dallas Independent School District. He continues to live ...more
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