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  • American Adventures, True Stories from America's Past - Part Two (eBook) cover

    American Adventures, True Stories from America's Past - ...

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    90 Pages, Grades 5 - 8
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    American Adventures, True Stories from America's Past - Part Two (eBook)

    American Adventures, True Stories from America's Past - Part Two, 1870 to Present makes history a story-telling adventure! Each of the original true high-interest stories is followed by a timeline of other important historical events occurring about the time of the story. Thought provoking activities (not recall questions) follow. Each story is written as dramatic narrative, not as "textbook prose."


     
  • American Heroes, 1735-1900 (eBook) cover

    American Heroes, 1735-1900 (eBook)

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    136 Pages, Grades 5 - 8
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    American Heroes, 1735-1900 (eBook)

    American Heroes makes history a story telling adventure. These are the men and women who thrived on challenges. No barrier stopped hem. They paved the way to make America better and serve as examples of America's many heroes. Each high-interest story includes a timeline of other events occurring in America about the time of the story. Multi-faceted, thought provoking activities follow each story.


     
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    American Adventures, True Stories from America's Past (eBook)

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    93 Pages, Grades 5 - 8
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    American Adventures, True Stories from America's Past (eBook)

    American Adventures, True Stories from America's Past 1770 to 1870 makes history a story-telling adventure! Each of the original true high-interest stories is followed by a timeline of other important historical events occurring about the time of the story. Thought provoking activities (not recall questions) follow. Each story is written as dramatic narrative, not as "textbook prose."