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The Great Chicago Fire of 1871
8 Doodle Dollar points
Reading level: 3rd-4th; Interest: 3rd-9th
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The Great Chicago Fire
On a Sunday evening, October 8, 1871, a fire started in a barn in Chicago. Before the fire died out in the early morning of Tuesday, October 10, it had cut a swath through Chicago approximately three and one-third square miles in size. Nearly 100,000 people were left homeless, and 300 people lost their lives. What happened? Find the answer in this brightly colored graphic novel.
Includes additional facts, glossary, appropriate Internet sites, recommended books and bibliography. Trade paperback, 32 p.
About Graphic Biographies:
Graphic biographies will give your children a snapshot of just how intriguing history can be. With attention-grabbing pictures and concise dialogue, even the most reluctant readers will find themselves captivated.
These very visual forms of history will not only teach your children about different historical figures, they will also be instrumental in developing their necessary inference skills.
And because of their great appeal, graphic books can also reacquaint your children, young and old alike, with the delights of reading for enjoyment as well as for education.
Author: Olson, Kay Melchisedech
Illustrator: Barnett III, Charles
Publisher: Capstone Press
Page Count: 32
Printed in: USA
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