"A detailed note provides facts left out of the narrative, while Himler's engrossing watercolors draw readers into this true tale of struggle over rights and territory. (glossary, bibliography, further reading) (Picture book. 7-12)"
This picture book of history-through-poems follows on the heels of Garland's novel, A Line in the Sand (1998, not reviewed), an intimate portrait of a girl's experience during the Alamo.
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