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Thunder at Gettysburg

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4.2 out of 5
Based on 21 Ratings and 8 Reviews

Book Description
Of all the battles of all time, the battle of Gettysburg stands out as one of the most powerful. It was a battle that came out of nowhere. A group of Southern soldiers looking for shoes, but ending up with a scrap instead--a scrap that turned into a fight, turned into a skirmish, turned into a battle that no American has ever forgotten.
Brother fought brother, Generals who knew each other faced... More
Book Information
PublisherCalkins Creek Books
BindingHardcover (12 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages48
ISBN-101590781805
ISBN-13978-1590781807
Publication Date10/01/2003
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About Patricia Lee Gauch (Author) : Patricia Lee Gauch is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of Patricia Lee Gauch include UC Dance Tanya Board, Tanya Y Las Zapatillas Rojas, Aaron And The Green Mounta... more
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About Stephen Gammell (Illustrator) : Caldecott Award-winning illustrator Stephen Gammell grew up in Des Moines, Iowa. He claims that his new book, Hey, Pancakes!, is very representative of his early family life. His father was an art e... more
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