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Diary of Carrie Berry: A Confederate Girl
Diary of Carrie Berry: A Confederate Girl
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Diary of Carrie Berry: A Confederate Girl

Carrie Berry and her family lived in Atlanta, Georgia, during the Civil War. In 1864 the Union Army battled the Confederacy for Atlanta. Cannons boomed and fires burned around Carrie and her family. Through it all, 10 year old Carrie recorded her experiences in her diary. Follow her story of challenges and triumphs.

 
Dewey973.7'82092
GenreJournals/Memoirs
  
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades 3-6
GRLQ
Lexile Level860L
ATOS Level4.4
AR Points1
AR Quiz #163715
Early Intervention Level26
  
Text TypeNarrative Nonfiction
  
ISBN978-1-4765-4192-1
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandFact Finders
Copyright2014
  
Page Dimensions7 3/4" x 8 3/4"
Page Count32
LanguagesEnglish
BindingReinforced Library Binding
Hardcover
List Price: $27.32 School/Library Price
$20.49
 


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Booklist - Carolyn Phelan

"Although the victor may write the history books, young Carrie Berry has her say as well. . . .This book from the new First-Person Histories series offers students a unique perspective on events." - Booklist

April 1, 2014

School Library Journal - Jennifer Prince, Buncombe County Public Libraries, NC

"In this lively collection, pivotal historical periods are told in the words of young people who lived through them. Each book begins with a two-page introduction that places the diary and its author in a broader historical context. The youthful perspective is refreshing and, at times, unexpected. . . .A useful and new take on history." - School Library Journal

April 1, 2014

 
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