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Who, What, Where Was? Complete Collection of 175 Books

Who, What, Where Was? Complete Collection of 175 Books
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    Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap
    Series: Who Was?
    Ages: 8 to 12
    Size: 5¼ X 7½
    For Grades: 2 to 6
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    This is a series of inspiring biographies and history titles that are perfect for young middle-grade readers.

    Each book is complete with facts, interesting anecdotes, and compelling black-and-white illustrations. Sidebars on related topics, a timeline, and a bibliography enhance readers understanding of each person. This set will match your readers who are beyond easy-to-read but not quite ready for long, detailed nonfiction.


    Inside - Who Was Clara Barton?


    Inside - Who Was Sitting Bull?

    Kids—even kids who don't normally enjoy reading—love these WHO WAS? books. Your library kids will be asking for more and more titles!

    Each book is fun to read because it is liberally illustrated and the information is easy to digest. Plus, each book is written more like a story and contains truly interesting lessons about each person, place, or event.

    Even adults like reading these books because the story is full of unique details and little-known facts that adults may not remember from their school days. And as one gets older, you realize how much can be learned from the past; so revisiting persons and events from history can provide important lessons for both young and old.

    Please Note:Some books may have a small non-returnable mark on the spine.

    If a title is out of stock we will substitute with another title from this series.

    Volumes in this Series:

    1. Abigail Adams
    2. Abraham Lincoln
    3. Albert Einstein
    4. Alexander Graham Bell
    5. Alexander the Great
    6. Alexander Hamilton
    7. Amelia Earhart
    8. Andrew Jackson?
    9. Anne Frank
    10. Annie Oakley
    11. Aretha Franklin
    12. Babe Ruth
    13. Barack Obama
    14. Beatrix Potter
    15. Benjamin Franklin
    16. Betsy Ross
    17. Bill Gates
    18. Blackbeard
    19. Booker T. Washington
    20. Brothers Grimm
    21. Bruce Lee
    22. Charlie Chaplin
    23. Charles Dickens
    24. Christopher Columbus
    25. Chuck Jones
    26. Clara Barton
    27. Claude Monet
    28. Coretta Scott King
    29. Dalai Lama
    30. Daniel Boone
    31. Davy Crockett
    32. Derek Jeter
    33. Dolly Parton
    34. Dr. Seuss
    35. Edgar Allan Poe
    36. Eleanor Roosevelt
    37. Elvis Presley
    38. Ernest Shackleton
    39. Ferdinand Magellan
    40. Frank Lloyd Wright
    41. Franklin Roosevelt
    42. Frederick Douglass
    43. Galileo
    44. Gandhi
    45. Genghis Khan
    46. George Washington
    47. George Washington Carver
    48. Harriet Beecher Stowe
    49. Harriet Tubman
    50. Harry Houdini
    51. Helen Keller
    52. Henry Ford
    53. Henry VIII
    54. H.J. Heinz
    55. Ida B. Wells - New Arrival
    56. Isaac Newton
    57. Jackie Chan - New Arrival
    58. Jackie Robinson
    59. Jacqueline Kennedy
    60. Jacques Cousteau
    61. Jane Austen
    62. Jesse Owens
    63. Jesus
    64. Jim Henson
    65. Joan of Arc
    66. Johnny Appleseed
    67. John F. Kennedy
    68. Jules Verne
    69. Julia Childs
    70. Julius Caesar
    71. J.R.R. Tolkien
    72. King Tut
    73. Laura Ingalls Wilder
    74. Leif Erikson
    75. Leonardo da Vinci
    76. Lewis Carroll
    77. Louis Braille
    78. Lucille Ball
    79. Malala Yousafzai
    80. Marco Polo
    81. Marie Antoinette
    82. Marie Curie
    83. Mark Twain
    84. Martin Luther King, Jr.
    85. Maya Angelou
    86. Michael Jordan
    87. Michelle Obama
    88. Milton Bradley
    89. Milton Hershey
    90. Mister Rogers
    91. Mother Teresa
    92. Muhammad Ali
    93. Napoleon
    94. Neil Armstrong
    95. Nelson Mandela
    96. Nikola Tesla
    97. Norman Rockwell
    98. Paul Revere
    99. Pelé
    100. Princess Diana
    101. P.T. Barnum
    102. Queen Elizabeth
    103. Queen Victoria
    104. Rachel Carson
    105. Richard Nixon - New Arrival
    106. Roald Dahl
    107. Robert E. Lee
    108. Robert Ripley
    109. Roberto Clemente
    110. Ronald Reagan
    111. Rosa Parks
    112. Ruth Bader Ginsburg - New Arrival
    113. Sacagawea
    114. Sam Walton - New Arrival
    115. Seabiscuit
    116. Selena
    117. Sitting Bull
    118. Sojourner Truth
    119. Stan Lee
    120. Steve Jobs
    121. Susan B. Anthony
    122. Temple Grandin - New Arrival
    123. Theodore Roosevelt
    124. Thomas Alva Edison
    125. Thomas Jefferson
    126. The Three Stooges
    127. The Tuskegee Airmen
    128. Ulysses S. Grant
    129. Walt Disney
    130. Wayne Gretzky
    131. William Shakespeare
    132. Winston Churchill
    133. Woodrow Wilson
    134. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    135. The Wright Brothers

    136. What Was the Alamo?
    137. What Was the Battle of Gettysburg?
    138. What Was the Berlin Wall? - New Arrival
    139. What Was the Bombing of Hiroshima? - New Arrival
    140. What Was the Boston Tea Party?
    141. What Is the Constitution?
    142. What Is the Declaration of Independence?
    143. What Was D-Day?
    144. What Was Ellis Island?
    145. What Was the First Thanksgiving?
    146. What Was the Gold Rush?
    147. What Was the Great Depression?
    148. What Was the Great Chicago Fire?
    149. What Was the Hindenburg?
    150. What Was the Holocaust
    151. What Was Hurricane Katrina?
    152. What Is LEGO? - New Arrival
    153. What Was the Lewis and Clark Expedition?
    154. What Was the March on Washington?
    155. What Were the Negro Leagues? - New Arrival
    156. What Is the Panama Canal?
    157. What Are the Paralympic Games? - New Arrival
    158. What Was Pearl Harbor?
    159. What Was Pompeii?
    160. What Were the Roaring Twenties?
    161. What Were the Salem Witch Trials?
    162. What Was the San Francisco Earthquake?
    163. What Is the Statue of Liberty?
    164. What Is the Stanley Cup?
    165. What Are the Summer Olympics?
    166. What Is the Super Bowl?
    167. What Was the Titanic?
    168. What Were the Twin Towers?
    169. What Was the Underground Railroad?
    170. What Was the Vietnam War?
    171. What Was the Wild West?
    172. What Is the World Series?
    173. What Is the World Cup?

    174. Where Is Area 51?
    175. Where Is the Bermuda Triangle?