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Cliff Dwellings: Empty Windows

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In 1888, two cowboys spotted something strange at the base of some rocky reddish-yellow cliffs in southwestern Colorado. There, carved into the side of a plateau, was a hidden village of buildings and towers filled with empty windows. The men climbed down to explore the strange cliff dwellings and found hidden staircases and hundreds of rooms, some filled with childrens ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published January 1st 2015 by Bearport Publishing
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Elizabeth
Aug 18, 2015 Elizabeth rated it liked it
I don't know why Goodreads has this listed as Cliff Dwellings: Empty Windows. The cover and the title page list it as "Cliff Dwellings: A Hidden World" but oh well.

Cliff Dwellings is a non-fiction title focusing on the discovering of a hidden village we now call Mesa Verde in 1888 by two cowboys and the resulting study and knowledge gained from this find. I would say the target audience is elementary school students- I would say grades 2-4 but it might be closer to 3-5 depending on the reading
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