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Blake Baja By Gwyneth Lietz, Julia DeTar, Mary Neal
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When Blake's dad moves the family from California to Michigan for his job, Blake figures he's in for a terrible middle-school year. Then he joins the soccer team. But can Blake survive a match with... More > the school bully and his team of bigger players?< Less
The Gray Whales of Baja By Wendy Wilder Larsen, Josie Merck
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In March of 2005 Josie Merck and Wendy Wilder Larsen traveled to Baja California, to the San Ignacio Lagoon, to see firsthand where gray whales are born, and where mothers present their calves to the... More > pangas (small boats) filled with visiting humans. This pristine birthing lagoon was saved from being developed into a huge salt plant planned by the Mexican and Japanese governments, thanks to the efforts of many individuals, companies, school children and non-profit groups like the Natural Resources Defense Council. Moved by the adventure each recorded her joy and astonishment: Merck with paintings, charcoal drawings and collages, and Larsen with poems. The result, The Gray Whales of Baja, is a collaboration.< Less
Living La Vida Loca: When the Dream of a Life in Mexico Becomes Reality By Vic Kirby
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This book is for anyone who has ever thought, even fleetingly, of making a life as a “snowbird”, or even as a full-time resident, in the warm climes of Mexico. Just what is it like to... More > make that dramatic step? What is the reality of the dream? What should I know before I take steps to make it real, or decide it’s just not for me? There are several books that cover the physical mechanics and issues of living in Mexico. The more interesting and critical issues are those of being able to align yourself psychologically with the demands and opportunities of life in Mexico. So this book is about the internal experience of life as a foreign resident in Mexico. It looks at what drives people to come here, what surprises they found, how they cope with and grow from the experience, how reality compares to their expectations, and what they would do differently knowing what they do now. 79 pages, 13 photos< Less