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Writers' Workshop Historical Fiction Picture Book
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I love historical fiction because authors have a wonderful talent for making history come alive. Teaching kids about history through historical fiction is a great way to get them excited, and help them draw connections to their present. These 50 must-read historical fiction books for kids show a wide spectrum of time periods and experiences, and will hopefully make history come alive! For more historical fiction, check out this list of 30 fascinating historical fiction books for middle school readers! Or, this list of the 50 best historical fiction books for adults. This is the book I hand kids and parents who tell me they love Little House on the Prairie.
Summary: Between the Lines tells the story of three girls who become friends during the racially-charged aftermath of the Detroit Riots. Then, she meets Beverly Jo Nichols, her first black friend, and Crackers, a fearless tomboy.
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Print book list. Imagine being isolated in a totally dark and silent world. Miss Sullivan taught Helen to read and write using fingerspelling and Braille. This is an inspiring and heartwarming biography accompanied by bright illustrations. Find Who Was Helen Keller? Welcome to an adventure involving mummies, digging deep in foreign sand, and finding golden treasure.
Kids learn so much about history when reading these types of chapter books. Here are some of my favorites. These combine mystery, history, magic, and adventure as siblings Jack and Annie adventure through time. Your kids will zip through these fascinating adventures. The books always are about a young boy trying to survive the historically important, life-changing event. GREAT for reluctant readers since these are more easy to read than the other books on this list.