This annotated bibliography brings together over 2,700 titles for specific grade levels, including appropriate CDs and DVDs, covering prehistory through the 20th century in world cultures.
From Cowpox to Antibiotics traces the exciting path of scientific breakthrough and discovery for young readers, from ancient herbal remedies to modern flu vaccines, while the fictional adventures of the rascal Ethan Gage are told in the fast-paced historical adventure The Rosetta Key. Never has there been so much excitement and adventure in historical literature for youth.
From classics like The Diary of Anne Frank to biographies of famous women and men, books are an ideal way to connect kids to other ages and cultures. Literature Links to World History, K-12: Resources to Enhance and Entice brings together over 2,700 titles for specific grade levels, including historical fiction, biography and collective biography, history trade, graphic historical novels, graphic biographies, and graphic histories, plus appropriate CDs and DVDs.
Arranged by time period and geographic area throughout world history, the resource covers titles in print and positively reviewed by major journals. Each title offers a different perspective or overview of historical events or personages that will enrich readers and entice them to explore additional sources. Annotations include bibliographical information, a short overview of content, and applicable prizes.
• Annotations offer bibliographical information, a short overview of the content, and applicable prizes
• Three indexes allow one to locate books by author/illustrator, title, or subject
• Offers over 2,700 annotated, in-print titles of historical fiction, biography and collective biography, history trade, graphic historical novels, graphic biographies, and graphic histories along with appropriate CDs and DVDs
• 21 chapters cover world history from ancient times through the 20th century across geography and cultures, with titles at all reading levels
• Provides essential information for planning world history curricular studies and history-based programs