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Why Did the Whole World Go to War? : And Other Questions About World War II
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AGE
Children's - Grade 2-3, Age 7-8 
READABILITY
4.7 
PAGES
30 p.  
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$5.06
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Paperback
ISBN 9781402790447
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Well-structured text and accompanying graphics unravel the intricacies of this time in history, making it accessible for younger readers.
Publisher Summary
A book that helps children understand one of the twentieth century's most tragic conflicts answers their most basic questions about World War II.

Why Did the Whole World Go to War? helps children understand one of the 20th century's most tragic conflicts. It answers their most basic questions, including: What started World War II? How did Hitler take over so many countries so quickly? What happened at Pearl Harbor? Where were the fiercest battles fought? What ended the deadliest conflict in human history? A fascinating look at a complex topic.
 
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