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Voices of World War I: Stories from the Trenches
Voices of World War I: Stories from the Trenches
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Edge Books

Voices of World War I: Stories from the Trenches

Can you imagine shooting down 26 German planes? Or how about organizing an all-female battalion? These were everyday events for people during World War I. Experience their triumphs and defeats first-hand as you read about an American fighter pilot, a Russian peasant, a German submarine commander, and more.

 
ISBN978-1-4296-5626-9
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandEdge Books
Age Level8-14 Years
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Trim Size7 x 9
Page Count32
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2011
Paperback
Price
$8.29
 


 
 

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Library Media Connection - Lois McNicol

"These slim volumes with low-level vocabulary personalize war. They present many aspects of the conflicts, including the emotions involved, the harsh conditions under which the military fought, and the fierce determination to support a cause. Each book starts with a chapter explaining the origin of the conflict and ends with a chapter that explains the resolution of the war. Chapters highlighting individuals who were involved are written in a style that gives immediacy to historic events. Some chapters contain primary quotations, but most chapters are in narrative format. People on both sides of the conflict are represented, as are minorities. The books are attractive and eye-catching with colorful drawings and b&w photographs. Suitable for hi/lo reading at the high school level, this series is primarily geared toward upper elementary and middle school students. Glossary. Index. Recommended." - Library Media Connection

March 1, 2011

Ann Heinrichs

Ann Heinrichs

Ann Heinrichs grew up in Fort Smith, Arkansas, and lives in Chicago. She is the author of more that one hundred books for children and young adults on Asian, African, and U.S. history and culture. Ann has also written numerous newspaper, magazine, and encyclopedia articles. She is an award-winning martial artist, specializing in t’ai chi empty-hand and sword forms. Ann has traveled widely throughout the United States, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. In exploring each state for this series, she rediscovered the people, history, and resources that make this a great land, as well as the concerns we share with people around the world.

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