La Revolución Mexicana (Historias de Verdad - México) (Paperback)
In this engaging history book for children, one of the most momentous events in Mexican history—the Revolution of 1910—is narrated in a pleasant and clear style. The illustrations depicting the events following the fall of Porfirio Díaz and the continued disputes over power between the Villista, Zapatista and Carrancista factions support a fun yet truthful approach to the history of Mexico. The graphics included in the book help young readers process the information and build an understanding of early 20th century Mexican history with ease and efficacy.
Susana Sosenski is a historian and academic specialized in the history of childhood in Mexico City. She holds a PhD in history from Mexico College. She is the author of several history books and articles. In 2008, the Mexican Committee of History Sciences distinguished her with the award to the best doctoral thesis in social sciences and the humanities. She is currently a researcher at the Institute of Historical Investigations of the National Autonomous University of Mexico.