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María Cano, La flor del trabajo - Level 3/4 - Spanish

María Cano, La flor del trabajo - Level 3/4 - Spanish

Adriana Ramírez

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By: Adriana Ramirez

María Cano was a Colombian thinker and politician who, at a time when women had no voice or representation in society, raised her voice in the fight for workers and women's rights. A victim of political persecution, María fought tirelessly so that the poorest, the exploited, and those without resources could live a better life.

Themes: women's suffrage, women in politics, workers' rights, imperialism

Level 3/4

©2021. Spanish. Level 3/4. High school. 6 x 9 inches. Softcover, 98 pages.

SKU: 8B3060
ISBN: 978-1-7773-3686-8

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Adriana Ramírez

About the Author
Adriana Ramírez is a Colombian author, Spanish teacher, and teacher trainer. She teaches all levels of Spanish, from beginners to IB students, using Comprehensible Input methodologies. She regularly coaches other teachers and presents workshops in Canada, the United States, and Europe. She also has a double major in psychology, a degree in clinical psychology, and a master’s in education. She has a great passion for sharing the beauty of her country and her people with the world; you can see this love in all of her published novels. You can find her on Instagram at @veganadri, her website at, and YouTube at @learningthroughreading.

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A Woman Ahead of her Time

This novel, a true story about a woman who believed in equal rights for all, gave me chills from the first page. María Cano was a woman who loved to read. She wanted to do more than was expected of women of her time. She shared her love of reading with people who were not able to read. María then moved on to fight for worker's rights across Colombia. She was a woman ahead of her time, and her belief in equality is inspiring. A wonderful novel for upper level students!