Do your kids like history? It can feel a bit dry and boring, can’t it? That’s where historical fiction can walk through the door and help. It can help get children get interested in history by reading about fascinating characters who may or may not be real. Characters whose stories are told while weaving their adventures in amongst historical facts or settings.
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Historical Fiction on What To Read Wednesday
- I Survived the Sinking of the Titanic, 1912
- I Survived the Attacks of September 11th, 2001
- The Mystery at Jamestown
- Who Was Albert Einstein?
- Babe Ruth Saves Baseball!
- Germ Hunter: A Story about Louis Pasteur (Creative Minds Biography)
- The Sign of the Beaver
- The Minstrel in the Tower (Stepping Stone)
- Mystery of the Egyptian Scroll: Secret Agent Zet Series Book 1
Teaching with Library Books:
Teaching with Library Books: The Librarian Who Measured the Earth (Let’s Talk Books), a post by Classes By Beth Plus.