World War II for Kids

World War II for Kids

A History With 21 Activities

Book - 2002
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Describes the causes and history of World War II, and includes interviews with participants and suggested activities.
Publisher: Chicago : Chicago Review Press, c2002
ISBN: 9781556524554
Branch Call Number: J 940.53 P191W
J 940.53 P191W
Characteristics: xi, 164 p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 22 cm. x 28 cm


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SPL_Childrens Nov 07, 2013

As Remembrance Day approaches, Richard Panchyk’s World War II for Kids deserves special mention among the many informative books for students available from the Stratford Public Library on the subject of the Second World War.

Jam-packed with information, the book also includes twenty-one related activities which help in some small part to illuminate what the life of a soldier and life on the home front was like during the war years. Readers can discover the basics of preparing a ration kit, writing a standard “V-mail” letter, writing in code, deciphering a code, using camouflage, going on a reconnaissance mission, tracking latitude and longitude, using military time and other skills.

The origins of World War II, the contributions of women to the war effort, the battles in the Pacific, the role of government propaganda and rationing at home are just some of the topics that are addressed in this detailed, indexed resource. Portions of letters written by soldiers, people’s memories of the war, photos, maps, a timeline, a glossary and many sources of further information are included.


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