I Survived the Children’s Blizzard, 1888 (I Survived #16) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-07-02 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" This was my first "I Survived" book, and I can see the appeal of upper elementary and middle school students. Especially since most books are one or two AR points. The audiobook was very engaging as well. " said.

" Not sure how this book appeared in my reading stack. I am not sure of its level, probably 4th or 5th grade. Reads well and the story is interesting. I reserved another Children’s Blizzard book and must have clicked this by mistake. I will have to keep my eye out for these for the LFL. " said.

" I know my son and I finished this awhile ago. And I know I wrote a small review then. I’m not sure what happened. Maybe my app hiccuped. Anyway, this was another great adventure rooted in history. My son loves these books, and I enjoy sharing them with him. " said.

" Read this book based on recommendation from my son who is a big fan of I survived series. Learned about early settlers of Dakota and enjoyed the facts that the author has put down at the end of every book. " said.

" I really enjoyed this book. Having lived in an area where blizzards occur, it brought back memories. My students will enjoy reading this book. I can't wait to supplement it with her current story in Storyworks magazine about the locusts. Great read. " said.

" My first “I Survived” book - loved it. Has that fast-paced cliff hanger feeling that got me hooked on reading. (Nancy Drews were my gateway book.) *And* it’s historical—that much more interesting. Really looking forward to sharing this book with students. " said.

" Pretty good audiobook. I like learning about disasters, and I don’t really care if this is a kid’s book. Audiobooks help me at work, and this was a good story. Never heard of the Children’s Blizzard before, so I learned something new " said.

" The first chapter really catches your attention. I read it to all my fourth and fifth graders as they visited book fair this past week. Many of them are fans of the series and I wanted to make sure they were aware of this new one. The book immediately put you into the blizzard and then with chapter 2 walks you back four months. I like that technique. " said.

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