History's Famous Feuds

History is full of stories of rivals. From Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr to Al Capone and Eliot Ness, these stories sound more like a movie than real life at times! This set explores the intertwined biography of the people involved in the most famous feuds of history, covering historical periods from the American Revolution to World War II. The main text offers both viewpoints of the conflict as well as the surrounding historical context, all of which supports social studies curricula. Historical images and full-color photographs invite readers into the time period.

• Encourages critical thinking and consideration of multiple perspectives
• Includes color-coding to show readers visually which perspective is being discussed
• Engaging timeline gives a summary of the main text's events

Product type: Library Set
ISBN: 978-1-9785-3694-4
Copyright: 2024
Reading Level: Grades 6-8
Interest Level: Grades 6-8
Pages: 48
Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 9 1/8"
Black-and-White Photographs, Fact Boxes, Further Information Section, Glossary, Index, Primary Sources, Timelines