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    History Speaks: Picture Books Plus Reader's Theater
    Hardcover Series
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    Millbrook Press
    Genre/Interest: History & Historical Fiction
    Academic Subject: Social Studies

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    ISBN-10: 0-7613-5100-0

    ISBN-13: 978-0-7613-5100-9

    Dewey: 973
    Reading Grade Level: 3

    Interest Grade Level: 2 - 4

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    Description
    Bring to life important stories from U.S. history with the History Speaks: Picture Books Plus Reader’s Theater. These books bring together illustrated picture books with readers's theater scripts for students to practice fluency. In the back of each book, you’ll find a script and instructions for putting on a reader’s theater performance of each adventure. At our companion website—www.historyspeaksbooks.com—you can download additional copies of the script plus sound effects, background images, and more ideas that will help make your reader’s theater performance a success.
    Titles included in this Series
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    978-0-7613-5879-4
    By: Shannon Knudsen Illustrated By: Ruth Palmer
    In 1692, four young girls from the Puritan town of Salem Village, Massachusetts, began acting strangely. They threw fits and cried out. They claimed that the spirits of some townspeople were hurting t...
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    978-1-58013-672-3
    By: Marlene Targ Brill Illustrated By: Jamel Akib
    Life wasn’t easy for Annie Shapiro and the other clothing workers in Chicago in 1910. Bosses could be mean and the hours were long. When the workers’ pay was cut, Annie had to take a stand...
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    978-1-58013-674-7
    By: Shirley Jordan Illustrated By: Kathleen Kemly
    In the summer of 1870, Thomas Leathers was captain of the Natchez. Captain Leathers believed it was the fastest steamboat on the Mississippi River. Captain Cannon of the Robert E. Lee
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    978-0-7613-5878-7
    By: Marty Rhodes Figley Illustrated By: Craig Orback
    Eleven-year-old Clara Morgan traveled the Oregon Trail with her family. While her mother cared for the baby, Clara struggled with the cooking. Finally, she made her first batch of perfect biscuits. Bu...
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    978-0-7613-5875-6
    By: Cathy Moore Illustrated By: Mark Braught
    In the 1840s, runaway slaves faced many dangers. They were often caught and sometimes killed. Ellen Craft and her husband William knew the risks.  And they decided to take a chance.

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    978-0-8225-8566-4
    By: Susan Taylor Brown Illustrated By: Jeni Reeves
    In early 1836, trouble broke out in Texas. Texas was part of Mexico, yet many of its settlers wanted to fight for independence. Mexican General Santa Anna and his army came to battle the Texans in San...
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    978-0-7613-5877-0
    By: Candice Ransom Illustrated By: Jeni Reeves
    Late in the spring of 1787, fifty-five men gathered at the Pennsylvania State House. They came to write a new constitution for the United States. The leader of this Constitutional Convention was Georg...
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    978-1-58013-673-0
    By: Marty Rhodes Figley Illustrated By: Craig Orback
    In mid-May 1775, the American Revolution was barely a month old. Many British soldiers were in Boston, Massachusetts. The American troops were nearby. The next battle could break out at any moment.
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    978-0-7613-5876-3
    By: Walter A. Schulz Illustrated By: Doug Bowles
    Before December 1903, flying in the air was just a dream for most people. That year, brothers Wilbur and Orville Wright went to North Carolina's Outer Banks. They were determined to make history with ...
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    978-0-7613-5874-9
    By: Eileen Lucas Illustrated By: Adam Gustavson
    Until 1957, two worlds existed in Little Rock, Arkansas: one for white Americans and another for African Americans. Whites and blacks went to separate schools, ate at separate restaurants, and even us...
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    978-0-8225-9031-6
    By: Stephen Krensky Illustrated By: Jeremy Tugeau
    In the early morning on April 18, 1906, a terrible earthquake struck San Francisco, California. Lizzie Newton, who had been staying with her grandmother, woke up frightened but unhurt.  She helpe...
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    978-1-58013-671-6
    By: Marty Rhodes Figley Illustrated By: David Riley
    In March 1865, the Civil War between the North and South and had been going on for four years. The armies of the North were fighting their way to Richmond, Virginia, the capital of the Confederate sta...
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