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Boston History for Kids
Boston History for Kids

Boston History for Kids

From Red Coats to Red Sox, with 21 Activities

For Kids series

JUVENILE NONFICTION

144 Pages, 11 x 8.5

Formats: Trade Paper, PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket

Trade Paper, $16.99 (CA $22.99) (US $16.99)

Publication Date: April 2018

ISBN 9781613737125

Rights: WOR

Chicago Review Press (Apr 2018)

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Overview

A deep dive into the history of a landmark American city—from colonial times until now

Spanning 400 years of history, from the Tea Party to the Boston Marathon attack, author Richard Panchyk chronicles the lives of Bostonians both famous and infamous, and many colorful characters. Included are 21 hands-on activities such as baking a Boston Cream Pie, writing a poem in the style of Ralph Waldo Emerson, and walking the Freedom Trail. The book also includes a time line and list of books, websites, and places to visit.

Reviews

"A very special, historical experience for students, absorbing them with imaginative, hands on activities as they learn about the realities of boisterous Boston and its large slice of American history. You don't have to be a Red Sox fan to love this gripping and illustrative narrative of real life. Better than any tourist booklet, Boston History for Kids, by Richard Panchyk, will entice you to visit Bean Town and its memorable allures" - Ralph Nader  

Author Biography

Richard Panchyk is the author of World War II for Kids, New York City History for Kids, Washington, DC, History for Kids, Baseball History for Kids, and Our Supreme Court. He lives on Long Island in New York. Michael Dukakis served three terms as governor of Massachusetts and was the 1988 Democratic nominee for president.