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100 Hispanic and Latino Americans Who Shaped American History by Rick Laezman (Paperback)

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Juvenile Nonfiction / Ages 8-15

Published: 8/1/2002

Learn all about the fascinating lives and tremendous impact of 100 extraordinary Hispanic Americans with this fact-filled biography collection for kids.

From Mariano Vallejo to Carmen Miranda, Cesar Chavez to Oscar de la Renta, Aliza Lifshitz to Sandra Cisneros and many more, readers will be introduced to artists, activists, scientists, and icons throughout history. Organized chronologically, 100 Hispanic Americans Who Shaped American History offers a look at the prominent role these men and women played and how their talents, ideas, and expertise have influenced the country from its very beginning all the way through the present day.

Educational and engaging, 100 Hispanic Americans Who Shaped American History features:

-Simple, easy-to-read text that has been freshly updated and now includes brand-new additions of Gloria E. Anzaldúa and Justice Sonia Sotomayor

-Illustrated portraits of each figure

-Fascinating facts about famous and lesser-known Hispanic American heroes

-A timeline, trivia questions, project ideas and more!