Kids Make History: A New Look at America's History
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Publisher: Recorded Books
Date: August 2008
Duration: 1 hours 44 minutes
Experience important moments in history with 20 young Americans-from the thrilling adventures of Powhatan's favorite daughter in 1607 to the horrifying day the Twin Towers fell in 2001. - Feel the evil in the Salem air with Massachusetts resident Ann Putnam (1692). - Battle Redcoats on Long Island with Yankee Doodle soldier Joseph Martin (1776). - Gallop across deadly terrain with Pony Express rider Nick Wilson (1846). - Brave prairie dangers with pioneer girl Laura Ingalls (1868). - Enjoy White House high jinks with Theodore Roosevelt's six children (1902). - Survive the terrifying Sunday morning at PearlHarbor with Joan Zuber (1941). Award-winning educational authors Susan Buckley and Elspeth Leacock deliver the fourth entry in their acclaimed American history series. Using compelling vignettes, Kids Make History weaves an enchanting tapestry of U.S. history for Americans of all ages. James Yaegashi's splendid narration assures that this dramatic audiobook will be listened to again and again.