History's witches: an illustrated guide
They dared to stand up to kings... Think for themselves... Even practice medicine...and what was their reward? To be labeled a witch. This illustrated guide of the witches of history explores the lives of thirteen different women who were falsely accused of witchcraft. Using an infographic style, History's Witches will fascinate middle graders through teens with the rich history of accusing women of witchcraft.
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|Grouped Work ID||025c2c0b-5c4a-8f1f-8400-8cca0aafc065|
|Grouping Title||history s witches an illustrated guide|
|Grouping Author||graves lisa|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-01-01 23:21:35PM|
|Last Indexed||2020-02-18 00:19:38AM|
|detailed_location_school||Donelson Middle - Teen Non-Fiction|
|display_description||Provides biographical sketches of thirteen women who were falsely accused of being witches including Joan of Arc, Sidonia von Borcke, and Ursula Kemp.|
|subject_facet||Women -- Biography|
|title_display||History's witches : an illustrated guide|
|title_full||History's witches : an illustrated guide / written & illustrated by Lisa Graves|
|title_short||History's witches :|
|title_sub||an illustrated guide|