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Isabel's Texas Two-Step (Beacon Street Girls Special Adventures #5)

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Isabel's sister Elena Maria is turning fifteen, and the Martinez family is planning her quinceañera -- at Uncle Hector's ranch in San Antonio!
Paperback, 256 pages
Published October 21st 2008 by Aladdin (first published October 1st 2008)
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Sarah Evans
Mar 24, 2009 Sarah Evans rated it really liked it
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Another Special Adventure volume of the Beacon Street Girls series for tweens, this one focuses on sensitive artist Isabel Martinez. Isabel’s large Mexican-American family is meeting up in San Antonio for her big sister Elena Maria’s quinceanera. Isabel and her sister have always been close, especially since they left Dad in their Detroit home and moved in with their Aunt Lourdes in Massachusetts so that their mom could get special treatment for Multiple Sclerosis. But Elena Maria has become ...more
Tamar P
Oct 04, 2014 Tamar P rated it liked it
This book was a pretty good book but kinda simple, if I read this book last year I would probably have loved it and given it a 5 star rating but now I think I am a bit to old. But it was interesting and had some pretty cliff-hanging parts. This book had a lot of descriptive detail that I liked. In conclusion I think thiss book was pretty good but maybe not for my age.
Artslyz
Dec 24, 2010 Artslyz rated it liked it
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The story centers around Isabel, who has headed from Boston with her family to Texas for a quinceanera for her sister. Lots of subplots including a mother who has MS and a cousin who feels his parents dont respect him... A safe bet for ages 9-12.
Aliah
Jan 06, 2010 Aliah rated it it was amazing
If your a teenager and you love fashion and your friends this is absolutely the book for you! I love this book!
Sabrina
Aug 07, 2010 Sabrina rated it liked it
Not my favourite but still a good adtion to the series. Maybe cause i don't like Isabel as the main character but still.
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Jun 12, 2009 Catie rated it it was amazing
I love the Beacon Street Girl's Series, so when I saw a speical addition, I thought why not? And I am loving the book!!!!!!
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