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The Salem Witch Trials (Graphic History) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-18 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 6 user ratings
ISBN:0736852468
LANGUAGE:English

" A terrible disappointment. The art work wasn't bad but the text was insulting. What happened in Salem and many surrounding towns during the late 1600s was a drama virtually unparalleled in American history. So much injustice should never be glossed over. It's as if this graphic novel were written for a four-year-old. " said.

" A 20-page graphic novel "for use in schools," but what the heck, I loved it. " said.

" A very well-done graphic novel on a sensitive subject. The story is easy to understand through the dialogue and thought-bubbles, with the occasional brief explanation box at the bottom of a page. An infuriating story of herd mentality and fame. " said.

" A very unimpressive journey through The Salem Witch Trials in graphic novel form, this book says that 13 people got hung as witches, just because 2 bratty girls said that their spirit was hurting them. By the end of the book, all you are left with is a bad taste in your mouth and a hope that these bratty girls ended up getting hung as well. Sadly, nothing happens to the girls. And, only one of the girls even plays at apologizing. I was VERY DISAPPOINTED in this. " said.

"This should be a good book to read as a child, to learn more about the Salem Witch Trials. I learned about it as a kid in history class, and I did not have a book like this to put things into a better perspective. I would not recommend this book to a child at too young of an age because they might be scared of witchcraft and the hangings.
The graphics in this book were great and really created a comic book feeling to the read. I think the drawings in this book make the story come to life more to the young readers. They can probably relate more to an event that happened so long ago with drawings like the ones in this book. This book also had statistics about the trials at the end of this book including number of deaths and people hanged.
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" A terrible disappointment. The art work wasn't bad but the text was insulting. What happened in Salem and many surrounding towns during the late 1600s was a drama virtually unparalleled in American history. So much injustice should never be glossed over. It's as if this graphic novel were written for a four-year-old. " said.

" A 20-page graphic novel "for use in schools," but what the heck, I loved it. " said.

" A very well-done graphic novel on a sensitive subject. The story is easy to understand through the dialogue and thought-bubbles, with the occasional brief explanation box at the bottom of a page. An infuriating story of herd mentality and fame. " said.

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