• The churches of San Antonio were the heart of the Spanish colonal mission communities.

    San Antonio Missions

    National Historical Park Texas

Books for Children

Educators

All certified Educators, regardless of state or country of residence, can receive a 15% discount on all purchases at the Park Store. Additionally, non-profit educational facilities do not pay sales tax.

Please contact the Bookstore for more information concerning available books.

 
Books for kids

Gente de Razón: People of Reason, CD, Spanish sub-titles, WNPA 1998,2005


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Historic Communities: Spanish Missions, by Bobbie Kalman and Greg Nickles; Crabtree Publishing Com. 1997

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Voices from Colonial America: Texas 1727-1836 by Michael Teitelbaum; National Geographic 2005

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With Domingo Leal in San Antonio 1734 by Marian L. Martinello and Samuel P. Nesmith; UT Institute of Texan Culture 1979 [Out of print, may be found in libraries or on-line.]

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¡MEXICO! 45 Activities to Experience Mexico Past & Present by Susan Milord; Williamson Books 1999

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The Native Americans of Texas by Grace Stamper; Hendrick-Long Publishing Company 2006


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The Legend of Rosa's Window by Mark Tezel; Assaca Press 1999

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The Legend of the Margil Vine by Mark Tezel; Assaca Press 1998

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Spain and the American Revolution, Editor Meg Chorlian; Cobblestone Publishing Company, November 2000

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Rangers Activity and Sticker Book by Greer Chesher, Ill. by Guy Portirio; Eastern Parks and Monuments Association 2005

Did You Know?

The four churches within San Antonio Missions National Historical Park are active Catholic churches.

that the four churches within San Antonio Missions National Historical Park are active Catholic parish churches? While they have not been in continuous operation since established in the early 1700s, many parishioners today are direct descendants of the mission Indians who built the churches.