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Vietnam War POWs (We the People: Modern America) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-02 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0756538467
LANGUAGE:English

" This is the third book in the We the People non-fiction series about the Vietnam War that I have read with my daughter. The series is very well done with clear photographs, maps, a glossary, timeline and additional interesting information in the afterward. Danielle Smith-Llera did a good job of describing the life of a POW without being overly graphic for the target age group, which is middle and high school. " said.

" This is the third book in the We the People non-fiction series about the Vietnam War that I have read with my daughter. The series is very well done with clear photographs, maps, a glossary, timeline and additional interesting information in the afterward. Danielle Smith-Llera did a good job of describing the life of a POW without being overly graphic for the target age group, which is middle and high school. " said.

" This is the third book in the We the People non-fiction series about the Vietnam War that I have read with my daughter. The series is very well done with clear photographs, maps, a glossary, timeline and additional interesting information in the afterward. Danielle Smith-Llera did a good job of describing the life of a POW without being overly graphic for the target age group, which is middle and high school. " said.

" This is the third book in the We the People non-fiction series about the Vietnam War that I have read with my daughter. The series is very well done with clear photographs, maps, a glossary, timeline and additional interesting information in the afterward. Danielle Smith-Llera did a good job of describing the life of a POW without being overly graphic for the target age group, which is middle and high school. " said.

" This is the third book in the We the People non-fiction series about the Vietnam War that I have read with my daughter. The series is very well done with clear photographs, maps, a glossary, timeline and additional interesting information in the afterward. Danielle Smith-Llera did a good job of describing the life of a POW without being overly graphic for the target age group, which is middle and high school. " said.

" This is the third book in the We the People non-fiction series about the Vietnam War that I have read with my daughter. The series is very well done with clear photographs, maps, a glossary, timeline and additional interesting information in the afterward. Danielle Smith-Llera did a good job of describing the life of a POW without being overly graphic for the target age group, which is middle and high school. " said.

" This is the third book in the We the People non-fiction series about the Vietnam War that I have read with my daughter. The series is very well done with clear photographs, maps, a glossary, timeline and additional interesting information in the afterward. Danielle Smith-Llera did a good job of describing the life of a POW without being overly graphic for the target age group, which is middle and high school. " said.

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