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All Students

Gr 2 - Adult (8 and up)
SIS, Peter. The Wall: Growing Up Behind the Iron Curtain. illus. by Peter Sis. 56 pp. Frances Foster Books/Farrar, Straus, and Giroux. Tr. $18.00. ISBN 9780374347017.

Elementary School

Grades 1-3 (6 to 10 years)
OKIMOTO, Jean Davies. Winston of Churchill: One Bear's Battle Against Global Warming. illus. by Jeremiah Trammell. unpaged. Sasquatch. 2007. Tr $16.95. ISBN 978-1-57061-543-6. LC 2007931109.

Grades 1-5 (7 years and up)
DAYNES, Katie. Winston Churchill. 64 pp. Usbourne Publishing. 2006. Tr $8.99. ISBN 0794512585.


Grades 3-6 (9-12 years)
BROOK, Henry. D-Day. 160 pages. Usborne Books. 2008. Tr. $4.99. ISBN 978079451840.

Grades 3-6 (9-12 years)
DOWSWELL, Paul. True Stories of the First World War. 137 pages. Usborne Books. 2007. $4.99. ISBN 9780794519797.

Grades 3-6 (9-12 years)
DOWSWELL, Paul. True Stories of the Second World War. 169 pages. Usborne Books. 2007. $4.99. ISBN 9780794518417.

Grades 3-6 (9-12 years)
BROOK, Henry. True Stories of The Blitz. 160 pages. Usborne Books. 2006. $4.99. ISBN 9780746070017.

Grades 4-6 (10-12 years)
ADAMS, Simon. Winston Churchill: From Army Officer to World Leader. 112 pages. Franklin Watts. 2003. ISBN 9780749646929.

Middle School

MACDONALD, Fiona. Winston Churchill (Trailblazers of the Modern World Series). 48 pp. Gareth Stevens Publishing. 2003. Tr. $30.60. ISBN 9780836850826.

BENEDICT, Margaret. An American Entrepreneur: Mr. Joyce Clyde Hall - Founder of Hallmark Cards Inc. 64pp. AuthorHouse. 2008. Tr $19.95. ISBN 978-1-4389-0572-3.

High School

Grades 9-12 (14 and up)
PROVOST BELLER, Susan. Battling in the Pacific: Soldiering in World War II. 112 pp. Twenty-First Century Books, a division of Lerner Publishing Group. 2007. Tr $33.26. ISBN 9780822563815.

Gr 9 and up; Adult
LEE, Celia and John. The Churchills A Family Portrait. 272 pages. Palgrave Macmillan. 2010. Tr $28.00. ISBN 9780230618107.

“History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.”

Winston S. Churchill