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Orphan Trains: Taking the Rails to a New Life
Orphan Trains: Taking the Rails to a New Life
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Orphan Trains: Taking the Rails to a New Life

Discover the true story of seven orphans who were settled with families in the Midwest by the Children's Aid Society.

 
ISBN978-1-62370-630-2
PublisherCapstone Young Readers
BrandEncounter
Age Level9-12 Years
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
GenreWar Stories
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count128
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2017
Paperback
Price
$6.95
 


 
 

Reviews

VOYA - Lisa A. Hazlett

"Although many orphan train titles are available, this is particularly balanced by honestly portraying and discussing the system, children, recipients, and outcomes in context.  Chapters alternate between relaying the stories of children placed with Western families and information regarding the orphan train system. . . .Although meant for middle level readers, this novel’s content will interest all ages." - VOYA

December 1, 2016

Imagination Soup - Melissa Taylor

"Teachers and parents, if you’re looking for a narrative nonfiction chapter book, this title...is a good choice. Not only is it well-written and moving, it’s about a little-known piece of American history when orphan children were relocated to the midwest. These seven stories are sometimes heartbreaking with both happiness and sadness. I think most kids will find the children’s emotions relatable." - Imagination Soup

December 15, 2016

Rebecca Langston-George

Rebecca Langston-George

Rebecca Langston-George is the author of 12 books including The Booth Brothers: Drama, Fame, and the Death of President Lincoln. She received the Armin R. Schulz Literacy Award from the California Reading Association in 2016 for writing that promotes social justice.  Rebecca lives in Bakersfield, California.

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