Kids Make History
A New Look at America's Story
Publication Date: October 2006
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Feel what it is like to participate in history as you follow in the footsteps of the young men and women who lived it. You will survive a harsh James Towne winter and battle the Redcoats in a Long Island cornfield; you will carry letters on the Pony Express and plant crops with Laura Ingalls; you will stow away on a whaling ship and help in the defense after the attack on Pearl Harbor. With hundreds of visual and verbal facts, each story in Kids Make History has been thoroughly researched and meticulously illustrated.
Susan Buckley has developed more than ten elementary social studies programs and was the general editor of Houghton Mifflin's We the People. She has written many history and geography books for children and teachers. She lives in New York City.
"Perfect for daily reading aloud in history class, this useful resource will be a hit with teachers and student alike." Kirkus Reviews
A good browsing choice for children interested in American history.
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