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This is a wonderful & educational book for children or even for adults, who want to know the facts about Ellis Island. It is very well done with great facts, nice size print & lovely photographs throughout the book. It has a quiz, a glossary and an index. A great addition to your home library; so you can refer to it/enjoy reading it again/share it with others! It’s a book bargain for only $3.99! Arrived quickly. Very pleased with this book & highly recommend it for all ages!
I bought this book for my son to prepare him for our upcoming trip to Ellis Island. The book was easy to read, educational and interesting. My son does not like to read but found this book interesting while learning new things about Ellis Island.
ELLIS ISLAND by Elizabeth Carney traces the history of Ellis Island.
Written for fluent readers, the book contains short chapters exploring the history of Ellis Island. Throughout the story, readers will find boxes containing facts, quotes, and key words. Photo captions and labels provide additional information for readers. The book also contains a quiz, glossary, and index.
Librarians will find this short book to be a valuable addition to their nonfiction collection. The many black and white, as well as color photographs will draw the interest of primary grade students. With lots of visuals and easy-to-read text, this National Geographic Readers title would be particularly useful for reluctant readers working on history reports. Use this title along with other nonfiction works in this collection as part of an informational reading, literature circle activity.
Published by National Geographic on April 12, 2016. ARC courtesy of the publisher.