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Maximilian & the Bingo Rematch (Max's Lucha Libre Adventures #2) / Maximilian & la revancha de la lotería

Written and illustrated by Xavier Garza

Paperback: $18.95

Ebook

Suddenly everybody in Max's life seems to be fighting: a couple of cranky tías who, like lucha libre rudos, will stop at nothing to triumph in the church's lotería game; his masked uncles going for the tag-team title of the world; and a green-eyed vixen named Paloma who challenges his love for Cecilia. Will good triumph over evil? Max sure hopes so!

De repente, parece que todos alrededor de Max se están peleando: un par de tías malhumoradas que, como los rudos de la lucha libre, no se detendrán ante nada para triunfar en el juego de la lotería de la iglesia; sus tíos enmascarados que van por el título mundial en parejas; y una muchacha bonita de ojos verdes llamada Paloma que desafía su amor por Cecilia. ¿Triunfará el bien sobre el mal? ¡Max sí que lo espera!

About the Creators

Xavier Garza - Author, Illustrator

Born and raised in the Rio Grande Valley, author and lucha libre aficionado Xavier Garza is a prolific and enthusiastic author, artist, and storyteller whose work focuses primarily on his experiences growing up in the small border town of Rio Grande City and is a lively documentation of the dreams, superstitions, and heroes in the bigger-than-life world of South Texas. Garza has exhibited his art and performed his stories in venues throughout Texas, Arizona and the state of Washington. He has authored and illustrated fourteen books, and has received such prestigious awards as the Americas Honor Book Award in 2005, the Tejas Star Book Award three times from 2007-2010 and the Pura Belpré Honor Book award in 2012. In 2014 he was awarded both the NAACS Tejas Young Adult Book Award and the Texas Institute of Letters Children's Book Award. In 2019 Xavier Garza will be inducted into the prestigious Texas Institute of Letters. Garza lives in San Antonio, Texas with his wife Irma and their teen son Vincent.