The Untold History of the United States, Volume 1: Young Readers Edition, 1898-1945

Peter Kuznick (Author) Oliver Stone (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$12.99
Publisher
Atheneum Books for Young Readers
Publish Date
November 10, 2015
Pages
400
Dimensions
6.8 X 8.9 X 1.0 inches | 1.35 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781481421744

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About the Author

Oliver Stone made such iconic films as Platoon, Wall Street, JFK, Born on the Fourth of July, Natural Born Killers, Nixon, Salvador, and W., and is the author of the highly acclaimed memoir Chasing the Light.

Peter Kuznick is professor of history and director of the award-winning Nuclear Studies Institute at American University and is currently serving his sixth three-year term as distinguished lecturer with the Organization of American Historians. He has written extensively about science and politics, nuclear history, and Cold War culture.

Susan Campbell Bartoletti writes poetry, short stories, picture books, novels, and nonfiction for young readers. She is best known for her nonfiction work, which has received dozens of awards and honors, including the ALA Newbery Honor, the ALA Robert F. Sibert Award for Nonfiction, the NCTE Orbis Pictus Award for Nonfiction, the SCBWI Golden Kite Award for Nonfiction, and the Jane Addams Children's Book Award.

Reviews


"[This book] contains more mind-blowing information, insightful analysis, and revisionist theorizing than all of my other 2014 favorites put together. I see America's history far differently after reading this volume, the first of four... there are places where grownups prefer that students avoid reading anything that could be construed as questioning the greatness and moral authority of the United States. But for those of us who want to be enlightened and enlighten others, this is a must-have."--Richie Partington "Richie's Picks "
* STARRED REVIEW * "The darker side of the "American Century," recast for younger audiences... the authors also point to other turning points and near misses that are rarely if ever part of standard school curricula."--Kirkus Reviews