Hawaii, 1941. The United States was abruptly pushed into World War II on the sunny morning of December 7. The Japanese were angry at the American interference in the Pacific. So, they attempted to knock out the American fleet anchored in Pearl Harbor. Fly along in the surprise attack that changed the course of World War II in this dazzling graphic novel....
|Title||:||The Bombing of Pearl Harbor|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Bombing of Pearl Harbor Reviews
For anyone wanting the bare bones of information about Pearl Harbor and the facts involved, this graphic novel does a great job of accomplishing that. Filled with great illustrations and a easy-to-read writing style, any age reader should enjoy this quick read.
The Bombing of Pearl Harbor by Joe Dunn offers a historical account using graphics to describe the attack on Pearl Harbor during the start of World War II. This book is at a 5.2 reading level and uses wonderful presentation of the topic through the use of graphics so that readers will be interested in the events of a very important day in America's history. This text would be a great asset to use when students are learning about the attack on Pearl Harbor.
I love non-fiction graphic novels for reluctant readers who would otherwise never pick up a chapter book on the subject. This one was done very well, giving the basic facts about "the day that will live in infamy;" hopefully inspiring students to do further research.
Very interesting and easy way to learn about Pearl Harbor!