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eBook Are We There Yet? (America's Horrible Histories) ePub

by Elizabeth Levy

  • ISBN: 0590118315
  • Category: Geography and Cultures
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Elizabeth Levy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks (September 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 160
  • ePub book: 1203 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1169 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 719

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America's Horrible Histories) Paperback – September 1, 2002. If you want a book like Terry Deary's Horrible Histories books, but completely lacking in wit and charm this is the book for you.

America's Horrible Histories) Paperback – September 1, 2002. by. Elizabeth Levy (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Book 3 of 4 in the America's Funny But True History Series. My son loves Terry Deary's books so I bought this for him. He read it once and hated it.

America's Funny But True History (formally America's Horrible Histories) is one of the many spin-offs of Horrible Histories. The series is written by Elizabeth Levy and explores the history of North America, focusing on the United States in the latter books. The books appear in school and library reading and study lists. The series consists of the following works: 1. Who Are You Calling a Woolly Mammoth? : Prehistoric America (2001) - (Prehistoric America).

Are We There Yet? book. Horrible histories looks at those parts. These books never cease to make me smile. It's perfect for reluctant readers or anyone. Shelves: horrible-histories, on. Not as good as our original british Horrible Histories. Aug 15, 2016 Ilib4kids rated it it was ok.

America's Horrible Histories" is now formally known as "America's Funny But True History", bringing some controversy over which books are .

America's Horrible Histories" is now formally known as "America's Funny But True History", bringing some controversy over which books are officially part of which series and which books have which logos on top of them. Her next book,

This illustrated nonfiction series is a rollicking read through the fascinating, the horrible, the absolutely awesome, and the positively wacky world of American history.

Are We There Yet? : The Europeans Meet the Americans. Book in the America's Funny But True History Series). This illustrated nonfiction series is a rollicking read through the fascinating, the horrible, the absolutely awesome, and the positively wacky world of American history. The Vikings, Columbus, Cabot, Balboa, Ponce de Leon, Cortes, Cartier, Coronado-from 1000 to the 1540s, Europeans explorers were making a mad dash to the Americas.

Are we there yet? by. Levy, Elizabeth. Indians of North America - History - Juvenile literature, Indians of South America - History - Juvenile literature, Indians of North America - Antiquities - Juvenile literature, Indians of South America - Antiquities - Juvenile literature, America - Discovery and exploration - Juvenile literature. urn:acs6:vy:pdf:93f-79b7654a648c urn:acs6:vy:epub:fa9-0ed380bcfb57 urn:oclc:record:1028231503.

Informationen zum Titel Are We There Yet? von Elizabeth Levy aus der Reihe America's Horrible . Revolting Revolutionaries Elizabeth Levy, Daniel McFeeley (Illustrator/-in) Scholastic, 2003 .

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America's Horrible Histories" is one of the many spin-offs of "Horrible Histories". 3. "Are We There Yet?

America's Horrible Histories" is one of the many spin-offs of "Horrible Histories".

According to an extract from Elizabeth Levy, "America's Horrible Histories" is now formally known as "America's Funny But True History" .

According to an extract from Elizabeth Levy, "America's Horrible Histories" is now formally known as "America's Funny But True History" (hence the old series is obsolete), bringing some controversy over which books are officially part of which series and which books have which logos on top of them. Her next book, Cranky Colonials was the first book to have the new title.

This illustrated nonfiction series is a rollicking read through the fascinating, the horrible, the absolutely awesome, and the positively wacky world of American history.The Vikings, Columbus, Cabot, Balboa, Ponce de Leon, Cortes, Cartier, Coronado--from 1000 to the 1540s, Europeans explorers were making a mad dash to the Americas. They claimed they had "discovered" a "New World." Of course this was news to the people who'd been living in the Americas for thousands of years. People who had built palaces, bathrooms with steam baths, cities. People who had GOLD!It was inevitable: New World and Old World collided!

Comments

Tantil Tantil
I have a class set of this book to read with 4th and 5th grade students and they love it! It is so much more fun than reading from a dry textbook. I have loaned the book to other teachers, and have heard only positive comments. I noticed some reviews about Terry Deary and that this book isn't as well done. I totally disagree. Having read the Terry Deary books "Cut-Throat Celts" and "Measly Middle Ages," I think the Levy books are much better. Read and see for yourself, but I found them very educational and humorous.
Arakus Arakus
Horrible Histories, I just can't say enough about how much I enjoy reading these with my kids. It can be difficult as a secular homeschooler to find decent history but I really do appreciate these.
Blackworm Blackworm
I disagree with the last reviewer -- he or she has obviously not seen a Social Studies textbook in a very long time! The American Horrible Histories, while nowhere near as funny as Terry Deary's British ones, are still great for kids to learn history. They're just not silly, gross-out books (qualities which are characteristic of Deary's more enjoyable volumes), which means they're not as much fun for adults. But I'd say they could be incredibly useful for fifth graders. (I teach seventh grade, and use them all the time for my struggling readers, who really enjoy them.)
Dandr Dandr
If you want a book like Terry Deary's Horrible Histories books, but completely lacking in wit and charm this is the book for you. My son loves Terry Deary's books so I bought this for him. He read it once and hated it. I also read it and was completely underwhelmed. Terry Deary's books are full of sharp British wit. This one was a pathetic attempt at copying his style. My advice, buy Terry Deary's Horrible Histories USA instead.
Micelhorav Micelhorav
Terry Deary writes the original Horrible Histories. They're interesting, witty, and even educational. Kids and adults alike read them for fun! Read them.
Elizabeth Levy's "American Horrible Histories", however, are dull, unfunny, and while they are "educational", I can't see anyone reading them for fun. It reads like a text book.
Alsardin Alsardin
This book was much less funny than the Horrible Histories made by Terry Deary. It was not fun to read and I remember waiting and waiting for the end to come. I don't think many people would enjoy this book because it was no fun to read.

Joe Waldman, age 11