Secrets of American History - Ready to Read Boxed Pack of 6

Secrets of American History - Ready to Read Boxed Pack of 6
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    Publisher: Simon & Schuster
    Series: Secrets of American History
    Ages: 8 to 10
    Size: 6¼ X 9½
    For Grades: 2 to 5
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    American history is full of surprises! Did you know that Alexander Hamilton used invisible ink during the American Revolution, or that Harriet Tubman was a spy during the Civil War? Do you know why ships were painted in "Razzle Dazzle painting" during World War I, or how Julia Child helped keep sharks away during World War II? Why astronauts can't bring sandwiches to the moon, or which president had a secret train station in New York City? Uncover these secrets and more in this boxed set!


    >Inside- Space Age

    Titles include:


    Revolutionary War

    Did you know George Washington was a spy? It's true! During the Revolutionary War, founders like Alexander Hamilton and Benjamin Franklin sent secret messages, used invisible ink, and more. Unlock some of their secrets in this book!


    Civil War

    Did you know that Harriet Tubman was a spy during the Civil War? Or that a man named Robert Smalls used secret hand signals to escape slavery by taking over a Confederate ship?


    World War I

    Did you know about the heroes who fought in World War I, like Eugene Bullard, the first African American fighter pilot, or the American Indians who sent secret messages in the Choctaw Telephone Squad? Discover their true stories as well as the top secret innovations that helped change America's history.


    World War II

    Did you know Americans used creative tactics to win World War II, such as inflatable tanks, shark repellent, and more? Find out why, and meet the Allies' most dangerous spy, Virginia Hall, in this book!


    Space Age

    Did you know you can't bring a sandwich on a spaceship? Or that a group of deaf volunteers helped send astronauts to the moon?


    Monuments and Landmarks

    Did you know that President Franklin Roosevelt had a secret train station in New York City? Or that there's a hidden room inside Mount Rushmore? Those are just a couple of the monumental secrets in this book!