King George III: America's Enemy

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Scholastic Library Publishing, Sep 1, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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- Opening quote by or about the featured villain/villainess
- Historical map, annotated with key locations from person's life
- A Wicked Web featuring allies and enemies
- Historical photos and etchings
- Boxes with additional information
- Photo documentaries: six to eight pages of photos and captions telling the person's life
- Timeline, glossary, additional sources
- Engaging narrative nonfiction written at a very accessible reading level

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Review: King George III: America's Enemy (A Wicked History)

User Review  - Sam L - Goodreads

King George was someone who was relentless. He just wanted himself to go ahead. Read full review

Review: King George III: America's Enemy (A Wicked History)

User Review  - Hanna H - Goodreads

I fell asleep reading this book. Note to self: British politics doesn't involve duels in which one politicians kills another with a gun. King George was cool enough though. There was some pretty ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Brooks is a writer of children's non fiction and adult fiction. He lives with his wife.

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