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Había una vez mexicanas que hicieron historia / Pedro J. Fernández ; con prólogo de Fa Corozco.

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Summary:

Lend an ear and you will know the secrets of the most talented and reckless, curious, rebellious and enterprising women of Mexico, who dared to break the mold. Disobeying can be a good idea. Being ordered is always nice and powerful, of course, but getting out of the huacal makes things interesting when the mandates are boring, when they do not let us move at our leisure, especially when they damage our soul. In those cases you have to invent your own opportunities to make discoveries and shine like diamond. The women in this book have met to tell you how they did it, how much they searched until they got away with it. Because curiosity does not kill the cat. The women, girls and adults, always end up figuring out ways to make their way, even if the road is full of pebbles.
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Circulation Modifier Age Hold Protection Active/Create Date Status Due Date
Hood River County Library SP 972 FER 2019 (Text) 33892100685123 Adultos New Español Book None 06/02/2020 Available -
Parkdale Community Library SP 972 FER 2019 (Text) 33892100685081 Adultos New Español Book None 06/16/2020 Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9786073176040
  • ISBN: 607317604X
  • Physical Description: 209 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Edition: Primera edición.
  • Publisher: Ciudad de México : Alfaguara, 2019.

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note:
Macuilxochitzin -- La Malinche -- Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz -- La China Poblana -- Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez -- Leona Vicario -- La Güera Rodríguez -- Juana Cata -- Margarita Maza -- Laureana Wright de Kleinhans -- Matilde Montoya -- Juana Belem Gutiérrez -- Carmen Serdán -- Nahui Ollin -- María del Refugio García -- Elisa Acuña -- Luz González Cosío de López -- La Adelita -- María Antonieta Rivas Mercado -- Hermila Galindo Acosta -- Elvia Carrillo Puerto -- Amalia González Cab allero -- Eulalia Guzmán -- Raquel Dzib Cicero -- Frida Kahlo -- Lola Álvarez Bravo -- Elena Garro -- Matilde Rodríguez Cabo -- Lucha Reyes -- Aurora Reyes-- María Félix -- María Izquierdo -- Rosario Castellanos -- Esther Chapa -- Lola Beltrán -- Lupita Tovar -- Leonora Carrington -- Esperanza Brito de Martí -- María del Pilar Roldán -- Rosario Ibarra de Piedra -- Lila Downs -- Ana Gabriela Guevara -- Laura Esquivel -- Karla Wheelock -- Graciela Iturbide -- Alondra de la Parra -- Lydia Cacho -- Las Patronas de Veracruz -- Salma Hayek -- Carmen Victoria Félix.
Summary, etc.:
Lend an ear and you will know the secrets of the most talented and reckless, curious, rebellious and enterprising women of Mexico, who dared to break the mold. Disobeying can be a good idea. Being ordered is always nice and powerful, of course, but getting out of the huacal makes things interesting when the mandates are boring, when they do not let us move at our leisure, especially when they damage our soul. In those cases you have to invent your own opportunities to make discoveries and shine like diamond. The women in this book have met to tell you how they did it, how much they searched until they got away with it. Because curiosity does not kill the cat. The women, girls and adults, always end up figuring out ways to make their way, even if the road is full of pebbles.
Aguza el oído y sabrás los secretos de las mujeres más talentosas y temerarias, curiosas, rebeldes y emprendedoras de México, que se atrevieron a romper el molde. Desobedecer puede ser una buena idea. Ser ordenada siempre es lindo y poderoso, claro, pero salirse del huacal vuelve interesantes las cosas cuando los mandatos son aburridos, cuando no nos dejan movernos a nuestras anchas, sobre todo cuando dañan nuestra alma. En esos casos hay que inventarse oportunidades propias para hacer descubrimientos y brillar como diamantina. Las mujeres de este libro se han reunido para contarte cómo le hicieron, cuánto buscaron hasta salirse con la suya. Porque la curiosidad no mata al gato. Las féminas, chicas y grandes, siempre terminan averiguando maneras para abrirse paso, aunque el camino esté lleno de piedritas.
Subject: Mexicans > History > Juvenile literature.
Women > Mexico > Juvenile literature.
Mexico > Social life and customs > Juvenile literature.
Women > Biography.
Mexico > Biography.
Spanish language materials.
Mexicanos > Historia > Literatura juvenil.
Mujeres > Historia > Literatura juvenil.
Mexicanos > Biografía > Literatura juvenil.
Mujeres > Biografía > Literatura juvenil.
México > Vida social y costumbres > Literatura juvenil.
Genre: Spanish language materials.
Biographies.
Biografías.
Materiales en español.

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