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The Assassination of John F. Kennedy: November 22, 1963
The Assassination of John F. Kennedy: November 22, 1963
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The Assassination of John F. Kennedy: 11/22/1963 12:00:00 AM

by Terry Collins
Illustrated by Li Yishan

November 22, 1963 began as a good day for President John F. Kennedy. From the time he got off the plane at Love Field, he was pleasantly surprised to see thousands of admirers who awaited the arrival of Air Force One at Love. As the motorcade traveled from Love Field into the city, people lined the street to catch a glimpse of the popular president and his beautiful and stylish wife. However, a national tragedy would unfold within an hour. This graphic nonfiction book tells the story of this terrible day.

6-Pack ISBN978-1-4329-9306-1
Lexile LevelGN740L
ATOS Level5.3
GenreGraphic Nonfiction
Text TypeNarrative Nonfiction
Text SubtypeSequence, Cause & Effect
SubjectGovernment, U.S. History
Page Count48
Series24-Hour History


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Terry Collins

Terry Collins

Terry Collins always knew he wanted to be a writer when he grew up. A former award-winning newspaper reporter and columnist, he now writes poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and graphic novels for readers of all ages. He also teaches literature and creative writing, helping to inspire other lovers of the written word. Terry lives in his hometown in North Carolina with his wife, Ginny, and their devoted dog, Bosley. A lifelong reader, he has a personal library that outgrew his house years ago. Despite his wife's gentle protests over a lack of space, he believes a person can never own too many books.

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