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SPECIFICATIONS

Copyright: 2019
Reading Level: Grades 5-6
Interest Level: Grades 5-9
Dewey: 970
Trim Size: 7 x 9
Page Count: 48

Children in History

Children in History explores eight major periods in history through the stories of children that lived them. Complete with true accounts of real children from the past, the books in this eye-opening set illustrate what it was like to live during times of war, revolution, and social and economic change.

TITLES
Book title F&P LXL ATOS ISBN Price
Children in History
(Set of 8)
V, W, Y 810-880 5.1-5.4 978‑1‑63517‑972‑9 $79.60
Children during the Civil War
V 810 5.3 978‑1‑63517‑973‑6 $9.95
Children in the Civil Rights Era
W 830 5.3 978‑1‑63517‑974‑3 $9.95
Children in Colonial America
V 880 5.5 978‑1‑63517‑975‑0 $9.95
Children in Japanese American Confinement Camps
W 840 5.3 978‑1‑63517‑976‑7 $9.95
Children in the Holocaust
Y 810 5.4 978‑1‑63517‑977‑4 $9.95
Children in the Industrial Revolution
W 880 5.4 978‑1‑63517‑978‑1 $9.95
Children on the American Frontier
V 810 5.2 978‑1‑63517‑979‑8 $9.95
Children Working the Fields
V 810 5.1 978‑1‑63517‑980‑4 $9.95

Reviews

Children in Japanese American Confinement Camps“Provides essential information by focusing on individual young people.” — Booklist

Children in Japanese American Confinement Camps“First person accounts written by children can be hard to find
and this series can help to fill that void. Recommended.” — School Library Connection

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