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The Battle of Gettysburg
The Battle of Gettysburg
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Graphic Library

The Battle of Gettysburg

Tells the story of the Battle of Gettysburg, the three-day battle that was the turning point in the Civil War. Written in graphic-novel format.

 
ISBN978-0-7368-6880-8
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandGraphic Library
Age Level9-12 Years
Reading LevelGrades 3-6
GenreGraphic Nonfiction
SubjectMilitary, History, Graphic Novels
Trim Size7 x 9
Page Count32
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2006
Paperback
Price
$8.10
 


 
 

Reviews

Children's Literature Comprehensive Database

"For many young learners, it can never hurt to make history more palatable. The “Graphic History” series aims to do just that, and it achieves its goal superbly. Having had no prior experience with graphic novels, this reviewer was not sure what to expect, but I was pleasantly surprised by the high level of historical accuracy, including direct quotes, vividly realistic illustrations, and abundant additional resources for readers who want to learn more now that their interest has been piqued, including the full text of the Gettysburg Address. The complex and devastating issues of the Civil War are understandably simplified here and the time line condensed, but different viewpoints are provided by various characters’ dialogue and the important information is provided in additional text blocks." - Children's Literature Comprehensive Database

July 1, 2007

Through the Looking Glass Children's Book Review

"In May of 1663 the Confederate general, Robert E. Lee decided to take the American Civil war north into the state of Pennsylvania. The Civil war had been raging back and forth for two years now and Lee wanted to force President Lincoln’s hand. Soon the armies of both sides were converging on the little town of Gettysburg and on July 1st a fierce battle began. The battle continued for two more days and when it ended on July 3rd, each side of the conflict had sustained about 22,000 casualties. The battle at Gettysburg was the most costly battle of the war and the events which took place there had a profound effect on the American people. Indeed it was such a momentous event that President Lincoln gave a speech in the little town in November of that year. The speech which he gave was short but over the years his words have moved people all over the world to think about the cost of all wars and conflicts. In this easy to follow account of one the most famous battles of all time, the author not only describes what occurred at Gettysburg but he also provides his readers with ample background information about slavery, the grievances of the southern states, and the civil war in general. With action packed graphic-rich artwork and additional information at the back of the book, this title serves as a wonderful introduction for young readers who are interested in the American Civil War." - Through the Looking Glass Children's Book Review

November 1, 2006

THE WEEK, "Max Brooks' 7 favorite graphic novels about war"

"All the books in Capstone's Graphic Library series are priceless when it comes to educating children (and more than a few adults) about battles, wars, and general history." - THE WEEK, "Max Brooks' 7 favorite graphic novels about war"

May 4, 2014

 
Michael Burgan

Michael Burgan

Michael Burgan has written numerous books for children and young adults during his nearly 20 years as a freelance writer. Many of his books have focused on U.S. history, geography, and the lives of world leaders. He has also written fiction and adapted classic novels. Michael has won several awards for his writing, and his graphic novel version of the classic tale Frankenstein (Stone Arch Books) was a Junior Library Guild selection.  Michael has also worked as an editor at Weekly Reader, the classroom news magazine used in schools across the United States. Michael graduated from the University of Connecticut with a bachelor’s degree in history. When not writing for kids, he enjoys writing plays, and his works have been staged across the United States. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with his cat, Callie.

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