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Lincoln, Slavery, and the Emancipation Proclamation

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Hardcover, 48 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Enslow Elementary
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Jean Marie
May 09, 2015 Jean Marie rated it liked it
I liked this book because of the extra articles, pictures, facts, etc. posted outside of the story. The outside of the pages are bordered with these and help really tie the story together. The pictures are also pictures from the dates the story is talking about which I think is a great aspect of the story. The story includes famous portraits and pictures from those dates that are still popular and discussed today.

This would be a good read aloud for students. I think this would be especially imp
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Ms. Ford has been writing professionally for more than twenty years as a journalist, a fiction writer, and a biographer. She began her career as a newspaper reporter and went on to write short stories that have been published in national and international magazines. Many of her stories are included in reference books aimed at teaching writing skills. She is now devoting her time to middle grade fi ...more
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