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Cover: Inventing the Cell Phone

A Review of "The Spark of Invention" in Horn Book Guide

Spark of Invention series. These books examine the history and technological underpinnings of these modern machines. Each volume hits on a few key people and events critical to the creation of the technology as well as to the products’ broad popularity. The books are quite short, though… View →

 
Cover: The Mars Rovers

A Review of "Wonders of Space" in Horn Book Guide

Wonders of Space series. Accounts of major events in space exploration—including the historic Apollo 11 moon landing, Voyager probes, Mars rovers, and Hubble telescope as well as recent missions to Saturn and Pluto—are presented in short narrative formats, with numerous quotes from those… View →

 
Cover: Behind the Wheel of a Monster Truck

A Review of "In the Driver's Seat" in Horn Book Guide

In the Driver’s Seat series. These books focus on what a young reader might experience while driving the featured vehicle. The second-person narration includes pertinent information about the vehicles; color photos and occasional sidebars support the texts. Safety issues are mentioned… View →

 
Cover: Malala Yousafzai: Fighting for an Education

A Review of "True Stories, Real People" in Horn Book Guide

True Stories, Real People series. Each short, inspiring biography is divided into four or five chapters written in an objective, unpretentious manner. Quotation sources are fastidiously footnoted and listed in the back matter. Navigation is easy thanks to clean layouts and a simple color… View →

 
Cover: Stories of Titanic's Third Class

A Review of "Titanic Stories" in Horn Book Guide

Titanic Stories series. Providing a wealth of in-depth information, intimate details, and lesser-known facts about the Titanic, this series explores every aspect of the doomed voyage in readable narratives. With a focus on the perspectives of individual travelers, each book is aided by its… View →

 
Cover: Eyewitness to the Navajo Code Talkers

A Review of "Eyewitness to World War II" in Horn Book Guide

Eyewitness to World War II series. Each book in this series looks at a specific aspect of World War II with an emphasis on first-hand accounts. The age-appropriate prose is engaging but provides minimum background information, making the volumes better as supplementary texts for interested… View →

 
Cover: Indian Ocean Tsunami Survival Stories

A Review of "Natural Disaster True Survival Stories" in Horn Book Guide

Natural Disaster True Survival Stories series. In a series about real-life disaster survival, these volumes focus on two earthquakes and tsunamis that hit Asia. In each book, a brief introduction describes the disaster, followed by chapters that detail real individuals’ involvement… View →

 
Cover: Hurricane Katrina Survival Stories

A Review of "Natural Disaster True Survival Stories" in Horn Book Guide

Natural Disaster True Survival Stories series. In a series about real-life disaster survival, these volumes focus on weather-related events in the U.S. In each book, a brief introduction describes the disaster and four or five chapters detail real individuals’ involvement. Gripping… View →

 
Cover: Haiti Earthquake Survival Stories

A Review of "Natural Disaster True Survival Stories" in Horn Book Guide

Natural Disaster True Survival Stories series. In a series about real-life disaster survival, this volume focuses on the earthquake that decimated Haiti in 2010. A brief introduction describes this disaster, followed by five chapters that detail real individuals’ involvement. Gripping… View →

 
Cover: The Chilean Miners: Buried Alive

A Review of "True Stories, Real People" in Horn Book Guide

True Stories, Real People series. Integrating objective, fact-based narration and primary source quotations, this title communicates the hardships and applauds the fortitude of the Chilean men who were trapped in the San Jose Mine for sixty-nine days. Simple layouts use call-out boxes… View →

 

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