Books for Children
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.
Gente de Razón: People of Reason, CD, Spanish sub-titles, WNPA 1998,2005
Historic Communities: Spanish Missions, by Bobbie Kalman and Greg Nickles; Crabtree Publishing Com. 1997
Voices from Colonial America: Texas 1727-1836 by Michael Teitelbaum; National Geographic 2005
Let's Remember When Texas Belonged to Spain by Betsy Warren; Hendrick-Long Publishing, 1982
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.]
¡MEXICO! 45 Activities to Experience Mexico Past & Present by Susan Milord; Williamson Books 1999
The Native Americans of Texas by Grace Stamper; Hendrick-Long Publishing Company 2006
The Legend of Rosa's Window by Mark Tezel; Assaca Press 1999
The Legend of the Margil Vine by Mark Tezel; Assaca Press 1998
Spain and the American Revolution, Editor Meg Chorlian; Cobblestone Publishing Company, November 2000
Rangers Activity and Sticker Book by Greer Chesher, Ill. by Guy Portirio; Eastern Parks and Monuments Association 2005
Did You Know?
The Yanaguana Trail at Mission San Juan takes visitors to a small section of the San Antonio River that has not been channelized over the years. The trail is 1/3 of a mile in length and is accessible.