Free Download PDF What Was Pearl Harbor?
On December 7, 1941, Japanese war planes appeared out of nowhere to bomb the American base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. It was a highly secretive and devastating attack: four battleships sunk, more than two thousand servicemen died, and the United States was propelled into World War II. In a compelling, easy-to-read narrative, children will learn all about a pivotal moment in American history.
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Publisher:Penguin Workshop; Illustrated edition (June 27, 2013)
Reading age:8 – 12 years
Grade level:3 – 7
Item Weight:5.2 ounces
Dimensions:5.38 x 0.26 x 7.63 inches