The Disaster of the Irish Potato Famine

Irish Immigrants Arrive in America (1845-1850)

Spotlight on Immigration and Migration

This book introduces readers to the Irish potato famine, a period when many Irish people were forced to make a decision: leave their homeland or starve. Readers will learn about the injustices the Irish faced in Ireland, as well as the challenges they faced when they reached the United States. The book also explains the success the Irish found after much hard work, and the legacy they left in America. Primary sources and vivid photographs illustrate captivating text to give readers a deep understanding of the subject. This book is an excellent supplement to social studies curricula and will provide a dynamic reading experience.

Library Bound Book List: $23.60 / S&L: $17.70
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Reading Level: 4-5

Interest Level: 4-8

Product type : Library Bound Book
ISBN : 978-1-5081-4069-6
Author : Sean O'Donoghue
Copyright : 2016
Language : English
Category : Social Studies, American History
Pages : 24
Trim : 7 1/8" x 8 1/2"
GRL : R
Dewey : 941.5081—d23
ATOS : 5.7
ARPoints : 0.5
Subject : Social Studies, American History
Binding : Library
Detailed Table of Contents • Full-color photographs • Glossary • Index • Primary Sources • Web Sites