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Dolly Madison Saves History (Graphic Library

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Item #: 037637
ISBN: 9780736862059
Grades: 4-6
Author: Roger Smalley

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Publisher:Capstone Press
Contributor:Anna-Maria Cool (Illustrator) ; Scott Rosema (Illustrator) ; Charles Barnett III (Illustrator)
Pub. Date: January 2006
Binding: Perfect
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 6.8 x 9.04 x .11 in.; .21 lbs.
Edition: illustrated
Language: English
Series Title: Graphic History Ser.
Age Range: 9 to 11
Audience: Juvenile
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Category Description for Graphic History Library

If you have a reluctant reader that struggles with reading books you assign for school and prefers comic books to library books, you might want to try out one of these visually-oriented topical history titles. Each 32-page book explores an event from American or world history in a format very similar to a comic book. Text is conveyed through boxes of narration and dialogue balloons, accompanied by full-page, dramatic full-color illustrations and scenes. Additional facts, a glossary, suggested internet sites, recommended reading, a bibliography, and an index are included as well. While the text is fairly minimal, the essence of each event comes across pretty well here, and each title is a fast read. Although a serious reader will not get much out of these, they offer a viable alternative to struggling or reluctant readers, filling their minds with something more educational - and real - than typical comic-book heroics. - Jess



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    Category Description for Graphic History Library

    If you have a reluctant reader that struggles with reading books you assign for school and prefers comic books to library books, you might want to try out one of these visually-oriented topical history titles. Each 32-page book explores an event from American or world history in a format very similar to a comic book. Text is conveyed through boxes of narration and dialogue balloons, accompanied by full-page, dramatic full-color illustrations and scenes. Additional facts, a glossary, suggested internet sites, recommended reading, a bibliography, and an index are included as well. While the text is fairly minimal, the essence of each event comes across pretty well here, and each title is a fast read. Although a serious reader will not get much out of these, they offer a viable alternative to struggling or reluctant readers, filling their minds with something more educational - and real - than typical comic-book heroics. - Jess



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