Civil war nonfiction books for middle school

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civil war nonfiction books for middle school

Popular Civil War Nonfiction Books

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The Civil War: Part I - Secession, Border States, Advantages & Disadvantages, First Battles

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What are some good nonfiction books for middle school? Well, the answer to that question lies in knowing what your particular year old likes to read, and the topics in which they are interested. A great nonfiction book will inspire your middle schooler to delve deeper into the topic, sending them off to the library to find more books on the subject. And importantly, a good nonfiction book will teach middle schoolers to be critical thinkers and readers. The nonfiction books on this list are meant to appeal to a wide range of readers.

And in the midst of perusing publisher catalogs to do so, I got asked for recommended titles for , which only made me feel like this is really a thing we as a reading community and we as in us here can do as bloggers. Many nonfiction titles go for the age range, which cuts through both the YA and middle grade field. Thus, some of these titles will certainly fall on the younger side while others, the older side. This guide covers some December titles, and it follows through to May Get ready to get your nonfiction reading on. All publication dates are via publisher catalogs on Edelweiss and all descriptions are from Goodreads. Fannie Sellins — lived during the Gilded Age of American Industrialization, when the Carnegies and Morgans wore jewels while their laborers wore rags.


Just a couple of young people, falling in love, during the Great Depression in the United States. What could go wrong with that? Plenty, if your names are Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. During the Great Depression, it was very hard to find work, and for people that were already struggling or poor, this made life very difficult for them. Clyde was growing up in a family that had always had trouble getting money, and unfortunately for him, he quickly turned to robbery as a way to get the things that he wanted.

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  1. John K. says:

    Top 10 Civil War Books for Kids |

  2. Baldwin M. says:

    Civil War books for kids can help spark an interest in history or fuel a fire that's already been lit.

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