Student Almanac of Asian American History by Media Projects Incorporated
  

Student Almanac of Asian American History

Written by Media Projects Incorporated
Illustrated by

RRP £61.00

Notify me
when in stock

As soon as this book is back in stock we will send you an email.

Synopsis

Student Almanac of Asian American History by Media Projects Incorporated

When Asians began to immigrate to the United States in the 1800s, they met with both gratitude for the labor they provided and mistrust for their culture, which was unfamiliar to Americans. This two-volume set traces the turbulent history of Asian Americans from their first arrival to the present day. After an introduction to each chapter, A-Z entries identify people, places, events, and terms to give a complete picture to students researching all aspects of Asian American history. Volume 1: From Gold Mountain to Picture Brides, 1848-1924 Volume 2: From the Exclusion Era to Today, 1925-Present 6th-8th Grade

Reviews

?The short essays are engaging and are appropriately written for a middle school audience, incorporating enough detail to satisfy most report-writing requirements without drowning students in arcana....Each volume includes a comprehensive index, a volume-specific glossary, impressive lists of further resources in a variety of media, and an extensive bibliography. The black and white illustrations are crisply rendered and include historical photographs, political cartoons, and reprints of Asian language newspapers. There is genuinely useful and interesting information here.?-VOYA

About the Author

Other Formats

Book Info

Format

Hardback
144 pages

Author

Media Projects Incorporated
More books by Media Projects Incorporated

Publisher

Greenwood Press an imprint of ABC-CLIO

Publication date

30th January 2004

ISBN

9780313326028


It gives me a chance to read types of books that I would not normally try, and it motivates me to read every night to finish it!

Alice Horncastle, age 14

We love Lovereading4kids because they put books in front of us we wouldn’t otherwise have read. They make us more adventurous readers!

Emily Jacques

It’s a community united by a passion for books and promoting the best there is in children’s literature.

Sam Bateman and family

It has introduced my children to books we hadn’t come across before. Real children’s reviews gives a great insight into what others think to

Lorraine Woods

Writing reviews help the children with their literacy skills and we always read the books together which gives us good quality family time!

Cat Bisland (on behalf of the Bi

I love all the books they recommend & put up for me to review. I also love the fact that they give new authors the chance to share their boo

Daisy Pennock – age 15

You give me age appropriate ideas of books I can read and buy for the children and find out what other children their age think of them too.

Katie Lonsdale

It’s really exciting to read and review new books, thrilling to see my reviews online and I love finding the final published copies on sale.

Sam Harper – age 10
Lovereading

Lovereading 4 schools