Bubba and Squirt’s
This is a story of a child’s imagination and how they use it. This is the story of Bubba and Squirt’s
adventures in Central America. They will learn the Spanish language and learn about the Mayan culture, as they did in their adventure in China. Bubba and Squirt learn to listen to Grandpa Joe and his stories from the Terracotta Warriors to the Mayan gnome that seemed like an Irish leprechaun and how there are similarities between cultures. The boys learned from their new friend Esperanza that they have a lot to learn from language and bring an understanding of how cultures are different and similar at the same time.
Teachers can use this story to start units in World history and culture, as well as mini Spanish language lessons. This is also a story that could teach some very basic tenets of archeology and science and what is meant as a ‘dig’ as Bubba and Squirt finds out. Where will Bubba and Squirt go on their next adventure. This is a series of books that will promote interests in other lands and cultures and teach
what is right and wrong in their adventures. It is also a good series to learn acceptance in many ways.
The story is very educational as it teaches about the ancient Mayan civilization and beliefs. Sherry has written a series that are descriptive in words and theyoung readers can visualize what the
characters are doing throughout the story and the books and further adventures of Bubba and Squirt.
Bubba and Squirt find An ancient Mayan civilization!
That’s what Bubba and Squirt find when they travel through the mysterious vortex for another wild adventure. There they meet archeologists who are unearthing priceless artifacts.But someone is stealing them. And an encounter with the Tate Duende awakens magic within Bubba. Throw in the mysterious Alux and a new discovery and things get sticky.
Will Bubba and Squirt solve the mystery, or will they be stuck forever in the jungles of Belize?
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