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Ottn Publishing

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"Road to War: Causes of Conflict" is a new five volume series from Ottn Publishers that provides young readers in grades four through six with an informed, informative, and thoroughly "kid friendly" introduction into events that led up to the American Revolution, the American Civil War, America's involvement in World Wars I and II, and our current participation in the on-going Iraqi conflict. Each 64-page book is profusely illustrated with color photography, maps, and illustrations. Available in either a hardcover ($22.95 each) or a paperback ($11.95) edition, each volume is specifically and professionally written to engage even the most "reader reluctant" student as it provides a focused survey and explanation of the underlying reasons for how each of these major conflicts got started--including the personalities and events associated with each specific military conflict. Especially recommended for grade school and home schooling curriculum supplemental American History reading lists for children, the five volumes comprising this outstanding series include Causes Of The American Revolution (1595560017); Causes Of The Civil War (1595560025); Causes Of World War I (1595560017); Causes Of World War II (1595560041); and Causes Of The Iraq War (1595560092).
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Title Annotation:Road to War: Causes of Conflict
Publication:Children's Bookwatch
Article Type:Children's Review
Date:Sep 1, 2005
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