Kids Books - History Books

Chasing Lincoln's Killer

Chasing Lincoln's Killer

By James L. Swanson

4.8312 ratings11 reviews

  • sanper1617
    sanper161755 stars
    The book “Chasing Lincoln’s killer” is a very good book because it tells you about not just the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln but more past that. And what had happened like, John Wilkes Booth being killed 12 days after the assassination that shocked me. I’d recommend this book to people that l...
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Fallout

Fallout

By Todd Strasser

3.54 ratings5 reviews

  • thatredheadxd
    Yo, this book is very scary! It is based on a real story, I believe. There is only one family on the street who has a bomb shelter, and when a bomb drops, they scramble for saftey, but end up cramming more ppl in there than it was mean to care for. They all suffer through the days filled with sta...
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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1)

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1)

By J.K. Rowling

4.771187 ratings1842 reviews

  • neoncat
    neoncat55 stars
    INCORRECT. So far, there is only one three headed dog Hagrid named Fluffy which was guarding the trap door that led down to the series of enchantments protecting the Stone. The Elixir of Life from the Sorcerer's Stone was keeping Nicholas Flamel and his wife alive. When they destroyed the stone,...
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Kid Authors: True Tales of Childhood from Famous Writers (Kid Legends)

Kid Authors: True Tales of Childhood from Famous Writers (Kid Legends)

By David Stabler

4.8116 ratings26 reviews

  • callie_b
    callie_b55 stars
    Ever wondered about your favorite authors' childhoods? Kid Authors tells the incredible and inspiring true tales of authors through the ages, authors that you may have heard of, and other authors that you'll enjoy learning about! Some of the authors had problems like mean teachers and bullies, wh...
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The Diary of a Young Girl. Anne Frank

The Diary of a Young Girl. Anne Frank

By Anne Frank

4.5932 ratings47 reviews

  • olliebob
    olliebob55 stars
    This book is so meaningful. It's down to earth, but at the same time, I can't imagine anything that Anne went through happening to me. Anne is a real girl during the Holocaust. She lived a regular life, and then WWII started up. Her family and several others were forced into hiding to avoid c...
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Donner Dinner Party (Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales #3)

Donner Dinner Party (Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales #3)

By Nathan Hale

4.54 ratings5 reviews

  • cristalll
    cristalll33 stars
    I was in class when my teacher gave me this book to read. This book is currently one I'm reading and is about survival and hunger (and obviously about moving to California) and takes place through California in1846. There isn't much of a moral in this story but as Virginia Reed once said, *Don't ...
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The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book

By Rudyard Kipling

4.836 ratings5 reviews

  • wt19050
    wt1905055 stars
    Warning!! THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The jungle book is an amazing book! If you are an animal lover, love action, fighting, and suspense then the jungle book is for you. I loved how the author keeps you at the edge of your seat the whole book. In my opinion my favorite part ab...
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Torn (The Missing)

Torn (The Missing)

By Margaret Peterson Haddix

4.2914 ratings9 reviews

  • xxpish
    xxpish33 stars
    The fourth book in The Missing; Jonah and Katherine are sent to 1611 to fix (and save) the year 1600. Jonah is supposed to act like John Hudson, Henry Hudson’s son on his ship The Discovery. With a futuristic exact John Hudson costume being worn by Jonah, he is the perfect John Hudson and Kathe...
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Mist, Metal, and Ash

Mist, Metal, and Ash

By Gwendolyn Clare

41 ratings1 reviews

  • choco1234
    choco123444 stars
    this book looks totally interesting!
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Who Was Helen Keller?

Who Was Helen Keller?

By Gare Thompson

4.837 ratings9 reviews

  • ajg16
    ajg1644 stars
    In 1882 two year old Helen Keller became Blind an Deaf. In 1887 Annie Sullivan came to help teach Helen. She learned How to read, write, even speak properly! I'm her life time Helen wrote and published three books, she starred in a silent film, she even toured Japan! In 1936 her dead friend and t...
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