Is your son bored with reading and history?
The books in the Great Battles for Boys series are designed specifically for elementary- and middle-school-age boys who avoid books, or who struggle with reading skills. Written in captivating language, with plenty of historical photos, these books fuel young imaginations with true tales of heroism and courage. Even the most book-avoidant boy will want to keep reading this history. And before they know it, their reading and comprehension skills will improve, too. Buy a book today, and create a reader tomorrow.
Beginning with Hitler’s invasion of Poland, Great Battles for Boys: WW2 Europe takes young readers to the front lines of the war’s most important clashes. Boys will discover the raw history of warfare and learn the battles in chronological order. From Stalingrad’s hand-to-hand street fighting and the world’s largest tank action at Kursk to the spy-led invasion of Sicily and the surprise D-Day invasion of Normandy—and many other exciting battles!
Filled with historic photographs, maps, and notable biographies of soldiers, Great Battles for Boys: WW2 Europe explores the leaders, weapons, and strategies that toppled the Axis Powers. Each chapter also ends with suggestions for further age-appropriate books and movies that the whole family can watch.
If your son likes action-packed accounts, authentic details, and short but exciting chapters, then he’ll love this book. And he’ll never see history as boring again!
“My fourth grader absolutely loved this book.”
This bundle of eBook, audiobook, and print book saves 30% off the retail price.