By Linda Thorsen Bond
Discover the story of a West Texas town that started with thundering herds of bison and grew to be a colorful city filled with history and fun. Follow the Concho River and learn—with English and Spanish words—about the many wonderful people, places, and things that make San Angelo such a special place. At the end of our journey, you will be able to answer . . .
Where can you find the rare Concho Pearl?
What is the difference between a bison and a buffalo?
Who was Oscar Ruffini?
How many lilies are in the world’s largest lily garden?
What are zapatos?
Why are there 100 painted sheep in San Angelo?
Linda Thorsen Bond is an award-winning writer and San Angelo resident. She writes for magazines, newspapers, and television and has produced twenty plays. She is the author of Saving the Oldest Town in Texas, a finalist in the 2019 International Book Awards. Linda has a PhD from Texas A&M and taught journalism, advertising, and strategic media at Stephen F. Austin State University. Learn more about Linda at www.lindathorsenbond.com.
Dimensions (inches) 10 x 8