Students use the New True Books for supplementary work in their classes. They use them to find out about special things that interest them. They read them to learn on their own. Packed with information, each fascinating book encourages children to study independently.
The "New True Books" are effective. Each book is richly illustrated with full-color photographs and art, selected to support the text. A large, easy-to-read typeface is used. Each title contains a table of contents, a glossary, and a complete index.
The "New True Book" series was prepared under the direction of the late Illa Podendorf, formerly with the Laboratory School, University of Chicago.
Remember, children will always have questions, so let the "New True Books" help them find the answers.
Level 5.2, 0.5 Points
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|Grouping Author||duvall jill|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-05-09 23:37:14PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-02-16 01:21:37AM|
|available_at_school||Carter Lawrence Elementary, Cumberland Elementary|
|detailed_location_school||Cumberland Elementary - Kids Non-Fiction, Lawrence Carter Elementary - Kids Non-Fiction|
|display_description||Highlights the history and some of the political and social traditions of the Mohawk tribe and Iroquois confederation.|
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|owning_location_school||Carter Lawrence Elementary, Cumberland Elementary|
|record_details||ils:CARL0000028265|Book|Books||English|Childrens Press,|1991.|45 p. : col. ill.|
|subject_facet||Mohawk Indians -- Juvenile literature|
|title_full||The Mohawk / by Jill Duvall|