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War and Peace Ladder

Page history last edited by Teri Lesesne 12 years, 11 months ago

Here is a basic list of books that are set during various times of war.  Ladders for this subject could range from ladders about specific wars and times in history.  For example, A Soldier's Heart. Shades of Gray. Bull  Run, Across Five Aprils, Gettysburg,  and The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg are all set during the American Civil War.    Books set during the American Revolution, WWI and WWII, Vietnam and Irag are also part of this list.  A terrific resource, aside from your school librarian, is from the Children's Book  Council:  Outstanding Books in Social Studies.  Lists are available by following the link from the CBC web site:  www.cbcbooks.org

 

 

Some Books about War and Peace

 

                                               

A Soldier's Heart

Crossing Stones

Flygirl

Lincoln: A Photobiography 

Bull Run

On the Wings of Heroes

Shades of Gray

Across Five Aprils

Why War Is Never a Good Idea

War Is

Feathers and Fools

The Book Thief

Unfinished Angel

The Magician's Elephant

Riot

Sweethearts of Rhythm

Purple Heart

In Country

Fallen Angels

Sunrise over Fallujah

All the Broken Pieces

The Enemy

Rose Blanche

Faithful Elephants

Gettysburg: The Graphic Novel

Octavian Nothing

Jellicoe Road

Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg

Peace Locomotion

When the Whistle Blows

 

 

 

Civil War Ladder

 

 

 

 A Soldier's Heart

          The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg

                     Across Five Aprils

                              Bull Run

                                         Shades of Gray

                                                   Gettysburg

 

 

 

 

 

Copyright 2010 Teri S. Lesesne

 

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