by Oscar Magaña and Michele Magaña
Level 4 - Varied Tenses - Unique Word Count 736
Between 1980 and 1991, El Salvador was engulfed in a war which plunged the country into violence. Unfortunately, the war also impacted Hilda, a talented chef, who dreamed of opening her own business one day. As the 12-year war ravaged El Salvador, many fled the country to seek a better life in the United States, including Hilda's children and siblings. Despite the difficulties, Hilda continued to share her culinary skills with her family, eventually opening a restaurant. This is an inspirational true story about Hilda, a daughter, wife, mother, and so much more!
With 736 Unique words and a 11039 word story with varied tenses and moods, this book would be great for advanced students.
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