National Geographic Readers: Sacagawea (Readers Bios)

National Geographic Readers: Sacagawea (Readers Bios)

By Kitson Jazynka

3 ratings 5 reviews 3 followers
Interest Level Reading Level Reading A-Z ATOS Word Count
n/a Grade 6 n/a 5.1 1796
Explore one of the most recognized figures in American history with this biography of Sacagawea. Kids will learn about her crucial role in the Lewis and Clark expedition and her influential legacy.  The level 3 text provides accessible, yet wide-ranging, information for independent readers.
Publisher: National Geographic Children's Books
ISBN-13: 9781426319631
ISBN-10: 1426319630
Published on 1/6/2015
Binding: Paperback
Number of pages: 32

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anonymous anonymous

I am doing the "Wax Museum" project as well and really like this site, it has very good, true, and a lot of information.

I fell like this book would be really important to me because 4th grade it doing a project called "Wax Museum". So it is basically were someone dresses up as someone that is important to our state's history. So I chose Sacagawea as mine. So my class would know what I am talking about But don't know so much others. So that is why I think this book would be important to me. But other than that I am 100% fascinated with Sacagawea, my cousin is too! Any way I really recommend you to not just read this book, but find out more about Sacagawea! Once you do you will be amazed!

anonymous anonymous

the publishers of this book are also very true, factual, and interesting. I like how they put pictures in every book and have good information. I would definitely recommend this book to other people for things such as research papers. I love this book

anonymous anonymous

this book is very factual and interesting i think the pictures add a interesting touch that I have not found in other books

i like it but i think it has too many pictures as well i like how they showed the pictures so i reccomend it to other people from native america to us i like it read it .

i like it but i think it has too many pictures