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Joan of Arc (Step into Reading, Step 4)
by Shana Corey
A lovely beginning reader that brings the story of Joan of Arc to life, from her simple childhood to her tragic end. Sensitively and dramatically told, this book is a wonderful introduction to what has become a classic tale.
Paperback, 48 pages
Published May 27th 2003 by Random House Books for Young Readers
(first published May 1st 2003)
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Jacob read for his 15min read-a-loud January challenge. Good book, had some hard French and other words in it but it was great because he was able to learn that when a book shows this..Burgundians (bur -GUN-dee-unz), it is helping you to pronounce the word...krb 1/1/16
This is a nice little non-fiction read for students a bit more confident with their reading skills but not yet ready to leave the comfortable realm of picture books. Children covering the middle ages can use this as an addition resource or just for an entertaining and informative read.
the watercolors by Dan Andreasen are beautiful! this is art. reminds me of trina schart hyman, but w/subtler colors and softer blacks. and i learned some things about Joan i didn't know. great, short intro to her that just happens to be for kids.
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