"I bought this book and others, as my 15 yr old granddaughter, diagnosed with Aspergers' syndrome, has been failing in school as she finds the 'reading material' boring and refuses to do the work. I introduced this book to her last week and she loves it! We have only started with the first story, but she really likes the characters and thinks they are fun!" Angi said.
"Great enrichment for my grade 5 social studies classes. The kids love assignments,
being creative , and generating their own comics." Flute 654 said.
"Who doesn't love comics and what a fun way to get students of all ages engaged in learning and having fun!" Nmteacher said.
"This book is a great resource for struggling readers with limited background knowledge about a variety of subjects/topics." Sonia Labby said.
"I used the Boston Tea Party Comic and the Women's Rights Comic as soon as I got this book with my 7th and 8th graders. They enjoyed it and it was a good start to class discussion. I wish there were more comics in this book though, there is nothing on Civil Rights, the World Wars, or Vietnam." Kassie said.
"The stories are short but they get the point across. The graphics are great and my students have enjoyed reading the shortened versions. I also really like the fact boxes and the anachronisms of Scooter McGinty." Bella A. Delgado said.
"Great way to introduce these topics to reluctant or low readers in middle school." Amazon Customer said.