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By Yona Zeldis McDonough,Lauren Mortimer James Bennett
Short yet informative, this book was awesome, and I would recommend it to those who are interested in American history. In this book, you’ll find the daring tales of several slaves who were willing to risk *everything* (and yes, literally everything) for their freedom. These true stories range from Henry “Box” Brown, whom mailed himself in a box to Philadelphia to escape slavery, all the way to Harriet Tubman, a very famous Underground Railroad “conductor” who was known for leading hundreds of slaves to their freedom. The only reason I didn’t rate this 5 stars was that some parts were not as interesting as others. Overall, however, this book was great!
By Stephanie Sabol, Who HQ
This was a very good book because, the Titanic took several years to build and was called, "The Unsinkable." I would recommend this book to many friends. It was a sad, thrilling, informational book. It showed all the people desperately trying to get on an emergency boat. It showed many shooting stars signaling many people had died.
By Jim O'Connor
If you want to know more about the Twin Towers then this is the book for you. It tells you a lot of back round information and other things that you most likely didn't know about the Twin Towers. The story is based in a small town outside of New York where a family of 4 lives. Their dad is a fire fighter and was one of the first people on the scene on 9/11 when the towers were destroyed in a terrorist attack. So if you like stories that have a lot of action than this book is highly recommended for you.
By Joan Holub
This book was like the most unhappy book that I have ever read. The book tells you how the Salem witch trials started. At the end it tells you how the people who started it were most likely faking because what they "had" something like that happened to other people.
By Robin Koontz
When hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf hard people knew it was coming, it was very sad many peoples homes were gone and half of the people became homeless no one had a place to live their houses flooded with water there was no severe no wifi and people had a hard time trying to figure what's going to happen next. People had to stay either on top of there roof or in their attics many people got helped and a lot of people didn't. Many died because they drown in the water. A lot of people who had boats saved people and risk their lives for them. Half of the people left and half of them didn't. Read this book for more information. This reminds me of a time where there was a big storm and we had to go to the basement it was so scary I didn't know what to do it was coming closer to where we lived tornado sirens were going off the winds super strong and the sky dark gray my parents said everything was going to be okay. ten minutes later the weather reporter told us it had move somewhere else I was super happy. I give this book a 5 I never knew so many things about this storm if I lived there I would be super scared I really enjoy things like this.
By Patricia Brennan Demuth
If you like reading about war then this book will really interest you. Plus it is also non fiction which means it is real. I do like learning about actual historical events rather then made u stories. It is a solid book to learn more about d-day and it's importance in World War II.